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Planting in November - Gardenate

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  • 17 Jun -
    Go summer rainfall and read all about what is required. Also google a lot about growing in your climate zone.
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    Probability a mistake.
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    With mulching and a lot of rain the ground could become very wet and cause the bulbs to rot before germination.
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    I want advice because it my first time to plant the potatoes
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  • 13 Jun - Peter
    I have already planted my Garlic and I was looking at bags of Garlic Cloves in my local shop. Reading through the instructions it said "Do not mulch Garlic". Wondering what your thoughts are. I...
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  • 12 Jun - dolores fielding
    Any suggestions for growing strawberries in the tropics. St croix USVI Zone 11. Varieties and source of seeds and plants, soil preparation, sun or shade, fertilizer, pest control, any advice is a...
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  • 12 Jun - Portia
    Can I plant onions in south Africa September month. I'm mpumalanga lowveld nelspruit.
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