Growing Jerusalem Artichokes, also Sunchoke

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26 May 19 Alicia Korte (South Africa - Dry summer sub-tropical climate)
I am ready to harvest my Jerusalem do I leave them in the ground to harvest them again in September or do I pick them now to be planted then?
01 Jun 19 karyn (Australia - temperate climate)
was thinking about harvesting mine too today would love some feedback on this xX
15 Sep 23 Mike Labuschagne (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
It is recommended to leave the tubers in the soil, they will grow by themselves when the climate allows them to.
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