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Old June 8, 2018   #16
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What kind of garlic is ready first week of June? I grow in No Cal, Sacramento type of climate with a bit of ocean influence. I'm trying Creole this year, sort of sub-irrigation/self watering set up, flopping all over, but not sure I should pull them yet.
From my Post #7 below:
"I'm growing two kinds, both hardneck Turban types. 'Maiskij' originated in Turkmenistan and the name means May harvest. 'Shilla' is from Korea. Both are large varieties that come up fast and finish in may before our heat sets in. That's why they were chosen. They are planted in mid September and are ready early May."

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Old June 8, 2018   #17
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Thank you! I missed that.

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