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Thank you. I think I can find a place in the house that I can keep at 75 degrees for a couple of weeks. The 60 degrees for storage is no problem.
They go unwashed into a room we keep around 75 degrees for at least 10 days. Than we store them at room temp which for us is around 60F in winter.
How do you cure your sweet potatoes? I have read that they need to be cured at a very high temperature, which is a challenge in October in the Pacific NW. My crop last year was fairly successful, but they started to get soft in January (there weren't many left). I started my slips for this year from what I had left last year.
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