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Growing Jerusalem Artichokes, also Sunchoke

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04 Apr 19 Jill (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I've just dug up my tubers, in early April - a bit prematurely it appears, as I believe spring is the best time to plant them, August to October. How should I now store them so they won't rot or dry out till then? Or should I just replant them now??
24 May 19 Chris (Australia - temperate climate)
I would just put a few back in the ground. They'll regrow in spring. Very hard to kill.
04 May 19 Jane (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I keep mine in a plastic bag at the back of the fridge... checking now and again to make sure they don't get wet. They last for months for eating (but I haven't tried replanting those).
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