What on earth are these in my potatoes

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    What on earth has happened here, if you look closely there are bugs in the soft mess

    Sarpo Mira but only a few spoiled. Other than that very good crop
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        thank gawd you noticed them ....and didn't roast them for Christmas lunch :heehee:
         
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        Added protein in the form of wireworms.
         
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        I agree with wireworm o r at least the larvae , but the biggest problem is they have blight and should not be stored,they have been grown in too wet conditions.
         
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        Meat and one veg.
         
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        Hi All
        Thanks for the replies, I see so there are 2 problems blight and wireworm larvae.
        Bee Happy. Not quite enough meet there for me

        Thanks again all of you
         
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