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14 Apr 19 joe graham (Australia - temperate climate)
I see a question from Paul Riley temperate climate Australia regarding shot garlic. can someone tell me do you plant garlic with the green shoot sticking out of the soil or is ok to plant deeper Thanks for any advice in advance
12 May 19 ken gadischke (Australia - temperate climate)
garlic should not be planted after it starts to shoot. Only.plump cloves with no sign of a shoot should be planted. Mid May in temperate climes is the best time to plant.
04 Jun 19 Carolyn Young (Australia - temperate climate)
Why don't you plant shot garlic? I have a stack to plant i was just going to now
16 Apr 19 Paul Riley (Australia - temperate climate)
G'day Joe, mine weren't shot when I planted them last week but I have a few up and would have thought the best way would be to have them proud. That's what they'll end up like anyway...
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