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Old April 27, 2018   #4
PureHarvest
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Being that garlic can withstand sub freezing temps with really no issues, I would think that the benefit of the sun warming the soil would outweigh any cold nights you might get in May.
I got some yellowing/singeing last and this year when we went into the mid 20's a few nights in April, but last year's harvest was good from what I read is possible in pounds.
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