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Old November 3, 2018   #106
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Update - my garlic is in! I covered the garlic plot with plastic during the last rain, to keep it from getting wetter. During the dry spell, I cultivated lightly every 2 days, to speed up drying. The soil was dry enough today to dig to planting depth, and to build the mound... after which DW & I planted. Just in time too; had I waited another day, I would have been finishing in the dark.


Although it proved to be unnecessary, Raiquee, I sincerely appreciate your offer of planting space.
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Old November 4, 2018   #107
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No problem! Mine should be in this week. We are tilling tmw and I should be able to plop em all in on Tuesday. I’m sending you a PM Zeedman
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Old November 5, 2018   #108
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Planted mine today! Won’t mulch until ground freezes, if I do.
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