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Old May 17, 2019   #11
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Originally Posted by bower View Post
It sounds like the high rainfall is the best explanation. They really don't like excess rain, and it doesn't sound like you had much chance to dry out, for months.
I'm thinking that's it because I grew the garlic exactly the same way as I have the past two years which were successful. Same soil prep, same planting time, same fertilizing and application times. This third time *wasn't* the charm.
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