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"During the winter months, when the ground is covered by a thick blanket of snow, there’s something particularly satisfying about still being able to eat food from your garden. Many summer-grown crops including potatoes, onions, garlic, beets, carrots and winter squash, can be stored with relative ease to nourish you right through until the next growing season. Even a modest-size garden can yield a substantial crop of winter keepers.
"To be successful storing these keeper crops at home, here are a couple factors to keep in mind:..."
To learn more, read the rest of The National Garden Bureau's article on How to Store Your Summer's Harvest of Potatoes and Onions.
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