Why are my stored potatoes sprouting?

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Storing at Lower Temperatures Potatoes naturally form sprouts 30 to 140 days after harvest. You can delay the sprouting by storing your potatoes in a location with 40 to 45 degree Fahrenheit temperatures and 85 percent humidity. Keep them away from light sources, which trigger sprouting.
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