Answer: Store your seed potatoes as you would your harvested potatoes: in a cool, dark area that's dry. Seed potatoes that experience warmth, light or moisture from humidity think it's time to sprout and grow. When they send out sprouts and get nothing in return, they use up all of their energy and rot. Be sure that the seed potatoes you're getting are certified disease free, to avoid problems in your planting.
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