Honestly, my advice?? Give the garden a good weeding, pull of brown leaves and uproot dead/dying plants, and give in to the chaos: http://citytradecountrylove.blogspot.com/2012/07/when-dust-settles-and-you-dare-to-peek.html
Homegrown Tomatoes: Diagnosing & Fixing Troubles The Gardenist
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I recommend storing in paper bags, cardboard boxes or crates in as dark, dry and cool a space as possible. Store in sawdust (of NON-pressure treated wood) for ultimate endurance!
What Is the Best Way to Store Root Vegetables & Onions in My Kitchen? Good Questions
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