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Old October 12, 2017   #8
brownrexx
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If you want to keep that variety going then I agree with digging them up to see what is going on and replanting them immediately. They may need to be separated and the weeds definitely need to be removed from the garlic bed. Dig carefully so as not to destroy any delicate roots that are growing.

I would definitely plant the larger cloves that you purchased to guarantee a decent crop next year though.
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