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Post  Marc Iverson Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 13:53

Now that would be a fun project!

I do wonder how one could protect one's rights to something like that without extensive analysis to determine that it is indeed unique.
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Post  brainchasm Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 14:37

36 cloves of Red Inchelium (softneck, great for braiding) planted Jan 1, 2014 in the dark of a new moon. Smile
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In this pic, you can see my most common "volunteers"...tomato, and palm trees.  Evil or Very Mad 
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The garlic seems to be doing well.  Nothing like that giant stuff you guys are getting, but I'm just happy I had 100% germination, all from two bulbs. Smile

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Post  southern gardener Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 15:25

Plantoid, sounds good to save the cloves. Should be fun. I won't be selling any Smile I'm just happy to get some nice stuff! 
Brian, you garlic looks AWESOME!! nothing like the smell of fresh garlic Smile
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Post  llama momma Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 16:48

southern gardener wrote:
llama momma wrote:...the more I look at it....it is corn, right ????
Nope!!! it's GARLIC!!!! can you believe it????

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So can I have it ?
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Post  southern gardener Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 17:10

llama momma wrote:
southern gardener wrote:
llama momma wrote:...the more I look at it....it is corn, right ????
Nope!!! it's GARLIC!!!! can you believe it????

Wow that is freaking crazy big.  So impressive!  Mary Mary quite contrary, how does your garlic grow? - Page 17 3170584802

So can I have it ?
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sure!!  we'll trade for llama manure Wink  haha!!
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Post  llama momma Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 17:17

jocolor 

  Seriously you should be able to find cheaper llama beans in CA.  Folks even sell it online.  As you know shipping costs would be bizarre from Ohio.
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Post  southern gardener Fri 18 Apr 2014 - 17:25

llama momma wrote:jocolor 

  Seriously you should be able to find cheaper llama beans in CA.  Folks even sell it online.  As you know shipping costs would be bizarre from Ohio.
 LOL  I was joking. I have a neighbor up the street that supplies me with all the alpaca beans I want!! We also have an endless supply of pig manure , but it's not as "nice" as the llama/alpaca   What a Face  What a Face  What a Face
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I went out to the garden today and found that everything is doing well after tuesday/ wednesdays rain, sleet and snow. The garlic is looking great!Mary Mary quite contrary, how does your garlic grow? - Page 17 Img_2054
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Post  Turan Sat 19 Apr 2014 - 14:49

I am also doing a happy dance. I went to see if it was at last warm enough to pull the 4" of barn-sweeping-mulch off the garlic I planted last fall and found it is poking up through looking good. I guess i will leave well enough alone then  Laughing 
I did pull it back where ever I noticed no one had poked through yet.  sunny 

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Post  Goosegirl Sat 19 Apr 2014 - 16:52

Since I missed planting in fall, I will be doing spring planting for a late harvest.  It is almost time to get some cloves in the ground!

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Post  southern gardener Sun 27 Apr 2014 - 21:23

We pulled some of our garlic today. LOVE the root growth on them. Still haven't pulled the ones out of the BTE garden yet, they're not quite done. Here's a couple of the nicer ones from today Smile These are Spanish Pink variety. You can see my hand in the picture, I have on a black glove, lol. But you can at least tell they're fairly nice sized Smile

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Post  southern gardener Sun 27 Apr 2014 - 21:26

southern gardener wrote:Found this garlic under that volunteer cauliflower!!  Look at the size of the neck!! (I guess that's what it's called?) Can't wait to pull this sucker!!

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I went to a local community garden this weekend. There were some garlic that made mine look TINY! I wish the people would have been there to ask what kind it was, and what they were doing! They were at least 4 times bigger than this one! HUGE strawberries too! mmmmmmmmm!!
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Post  GWN Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 7:11

I am curious if anyone has any of their garlic from last year. and whether it is TOO much to expect it to last this long.
We harvested in early July last year and dried etc...
I still have a few but most are getting pretty rotten.

Just wondering how long to expect them to last.  ( I did not dry them as long as I should have last year)
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Post  camprn Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 7:18

My softnecks will carry me through to the next harvest but more cloves than not aren't rotting, but simply drying up, starting at about 9 months. Good for soups and stuff.

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Post  GWN Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 7:41

My softnecks will carry me through to the next harvest but more cloves than not aren't rotting, but simply drying up, starting at about 9 months. Good for soups and stuff.

Yes I guess that is what mine are doing as well.  I have so many garlic growing this year I am thinking that when I run out totally, I might just pull up a few early.
I think I have way more growing than I could ever use.

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Post  camprn Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 8:02

GWN wrote:
My softnecks will carry me through to the next harvest but more cloves than not aren't rotting, but simply drying up, starting at about 9 months. Good for soups and stuff.

Yes I guess that is what mine are doing as well.  I have so many garlic growing this year I am thinking that when I run out totally, I might just pull up a few early.
I think I have way more growing than I could ever use.

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Well, that's good because you won't run out and if you have left over, dehydrate and use for soups or slow cooker recipes. win/win. Very Happy 

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Post  Turan Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 8:38

GWN, I still have garlic in good shape in a basket in the kitchen. These are hard necks (Bavarian purple and purple galzier). I do not recall being terribly careful about drying and any ways they have been drying on the counter ever since. I am finding more of them starting to dry out or wanting to sprout. I need to peel them all and chop them and freeze in sheets or ice cube trays for easy use.

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Post  Nonna.PapaVino Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 9:43

Anyone who has tried this, what do you think about freezing garlic?  My mom did it one year, separating the cloves, putting them in freezer bags with air squeezed out, and says it works.  I've not tried it, though. 
Found this on the 'net (http://whatscookingamerica.net/Q-A/Garlic.htm ) Note from Nonna: I'd be very, very careful in covering cloves in oil and freezing because of possibility of botulism, not in the freezer, but at room temperature before and after freezing--thaw and use immediately, discarding oil.   

"Can you freeze garlic like you can onion and if so, how do I prepare it for the freezer?  

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Fresh garlic can be frozen in several forms:

You can freeze whole, unpeeled heads and remove cloves as you need them.

You can wrap chopped or crushed garlic tightly in plastic wrap and freeze, then grate or break off what you need.

Or you can peel whole cloves of garlic and purée them in a blender or mini food processor, using 2 parts oil to 1 part garlic, and freeze.

Finally, fresh peeled garlic cloves can be covered with oil and stored in the freezer.
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Post  Turan Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 9:59

Nonna, I have had good luck chopping and freezing garlic. I usually add oil, I think it helps hold the aromatics. In the past I froze it in sheets and then put in a bag in the freezer. Because it is in a thin sheet it melts fast when you stir into your food.
Botulism is a problem with jars of garlic in oil kept in the refrigerator or worse yet the counter where you take a spoonful out as needed, thus introducing stuff each time you open the jar. Discarding the oil is not going to help if there is a botulism problem. The spores would be growing in the garlic, not the oil. The oil would be just creating the airless circumstance.

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Post  donnainzone5 Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 10:04

The two squares of garlic I planted in late October, hardnecks, are thriving--especially the ones I grew myself last year.

And I ran out in January.  

Question:  Is it possible to grow softneck garlic successfully in my climate?
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Post  Nonna.PapaVino Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 10:11

Good point, Turan, I should have added: cook cloves immediately (heat kills botulism), and don't keep the oil.  Nonna
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Post  llama momma Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 14:39

GWN wrote:I am curious if anyone has any of their garlic from last year. and whether it is TOO much to expect it to last this long.
We harvested in early July last year and dried etc...
I still have a few but most are getting pretty rotten.

Just wondering how long to expect them to last.  ( I did not dry them as long as I should have last year)

I used the last fresh garlic recently.  I still have about 8 oz. of a frozen garlic butter log. It was made from unsalted butter, and the rest was from last years garden that it is, garlic, chives, basil, and parsley.  It makes a fantastic grill cheese sandwich and great on Italian bread, and I add chunks melted in spaghetti sauce.  I use very lean chop meat in my sauce so this adds back some nice flavorings.  You can add or delete ingredients of course, this year I want to make it the same but add fresh grated parmesan cheese.  I think the stuff is gold. I'm glad the kids are adults and moved out --  Twisted Evil More for Rick and myself!
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Post  plantoid Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 16:04

GWN wrote:I am curious if anyone has any of their garlic from last year. and whether it is TOO much to expect it to last this long.
We harvested in early July last year and dried etc...
I still have a few but most are getting pretty rotten.

Just wondering how long to expect them to last.  ( I did not dry them as long as I should have last year)


 Still using our plaits of hard necks stored in an unheated well insulated building away from direct sunlight  .....about  four pounds to go.  

After drying on a flat wire frame for three weeks in airy  shade   I carefully snicked out the hard stem leaving a 3/4 inch long neck with some decent crossbill secateurs and used the rest as the plait material ..one or two are showing a tiny green shoot .

I might plant some more of the bigger ones for a later crop this year . As I have twenty or so 2nd year welsh grown originally French garlics  already well on the way for a June crop ..
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Post  martha Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 19:38

Pure luck, no skill, I apparently kept mine in perfect storage conditions. Still have some. Very, very sadly, I'm just now planting from what's left. I missed in the fall. There was a short window of opportunity between hard frost and snow cover that never went away. And time has evaporated this spring. It stinks that the most important times for gardening are when we are busiest at the restaurant, but I'd be a fool to complain about being too busy!
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Post  JustMe Mon 28 Apr 2014 - 20:25

All 18 plants are growing. I'm not sure if I planted them wonky, because they aren't in the grids (plastic coated wire through eye hooks) now. This is my first time planting garlic so I'm pretty excited. Someone recently asked me what I'm going to do with 18 heads of garlic, which is a lot. I hope I can dry them and use them.
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