This is my first time posting here. I just found a paper bag full of potatoes I had forgotten about! (Not too thrilled either, since these were high-priced, delicious organic potatoes from a local farm which I didn't get to eat, lol!) They are from last November, and are obviously not edible now.
Anyway, most of them have sprouts at least an inch and a half high, and the growth looks quite green and healthy.
I've never grown a potato in my life, but was thinking of trying, and this seems to be a good opportunity. :)
But, I have a thin layer of snow on the ground and I'm assuming it's way too early to plant. Is there any way I can use these potatoes now - some kind of indoor planting perhaps, or a way to delay any further growth and yet keep them viable? Should I leave them as they were and let them continue to do their thing? Or should they just go in the compost (where they just might grow anyway?!)
Thanks for any help!