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A tip for storing apples is to wrap them individually in tissue paper or in black and white newspaper. This will keep one bad apple from ruining your entire harvest. Apples do best when stored in a dark area that is around 32-35 degrees Fahrenheit.
You should not store your apples beside your potatoes. The gas let off by potatoes can deteriorate the apples.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|