How do folk do it? I'm a bit peeved on checking four days after lifting and
storing (left them out to dry for a couple of hours as advised by El
Flowerdew, but couldn't make the evening go cold) in a cardboard box, to
find spots of mildew already and some areas of eww yuk, pus. Squeeze it with
a finger and it shhots a good zitsworth.
Do I have to turn it all into shepherds pie topping and freeze it?
I use cardboard cartons(closed, but with stabbed ventilation holes).
Sacking sacks (potato sacks) are ideal if you can get hold of any. Paper
sacks are a bit sweaty, plastic sacks are a complete no-no.
You then need a cool frost free airy place to store them.
I'm a bit peeved on checking four days after lifting and
The pus stuff is maybe blight. Blighted potatoes won't store.
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