KG Video Diaries - Storing Vegetables: Making a clamp
By: Paul Peacock
Clamping offers a simple and effective way to store many common root crops such as carrots, potatoes and beetroot. It works on the principle that roots come from the ground, and therefore are best kept in the ground. Simple really.
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From Kitchen Garden magazine - September 2011
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