Each year Alaskan potato growers place potatoes into storage that may last a few months to a full year. Several factors determine the quality of these potatoes when removed from storage – temperature, relative humidity, air circulation, ventilation, and exclusion of light. It is important that the home gardener understand the factors involved in proper potato storage.
You will learn the valuable basics behind storing potatoes, including:
- What is a potato’s curing period?
- What is suberization?
- What is the best way to cool potatoes?
- How can I maintain high-quality potatoes?
This informative ‘how to’ resource for storing potatoes will teach you how to safely store your annual potato yield.
Read this guide today so you will be informed about storing this year’s potato harvest.