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Just dug up a perennial potato, should I replant right away?

 
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I just dug up a perennial potato (from oikios tree crops) The tops were not completely dead, though looking rather sad, but I needed the space for something else.

Should I replant right away in a new area? Or would they sprout now and waste energy going into the winter? Should I instead let them dry out a bit and then replant?
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