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Old August 6, 2018   #5
TechGuy
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Location: Pinehurst North Carolina USA
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i have not tried reproducing with Bulbils. I will have to give that at try.

I have very sandy soil so I guess my problem was my planting on a slope. I think I will just find some more level area this year. I have grown hardneck garlic for a few years an never had rotting or weird head formation like this. usually my soil is too sandy and my heads are not big enough

I may try to find some at a local farmers market too.
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