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I read somewhere that summer solstice marks the point that it is safe to harvest your garlic. By June 20, the garlic has “cloved-up” in this part of the country but of course what happens prior to that date may give us a little wiggle room. This year I harvested on June 19th, the earliest in memory and the garlic looks good. My fall planted garlic is usually ready to harvest in August (once the tops begin to brown out); garlic is day-length sensitive thus the rule about cloves forming around summer solstice.
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