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Kodibochu
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Posted on Monday, September 21, 2020 - 8:44 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Cabbage,Cali-flower, lettuce, and Broccoli are other varieties you can start now and get yielding in 60 days.
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Posted on Monday, September 21, 2020 - 8:42 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Kale: Grows even in snowy days.
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Austrian winter Peas: This give very good flowers through out the winter(looks beautiful) and sweet peas in april/may. Seeds are available in amazon or E-bay.
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Posted on Monday, September 21, 2020 - 8:39 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Nayak:

KB annai, winter vegetables gurunchi kuda cheppandi like what are the best vegetables/greens to plant and when to plant, how much sun they need, when to cover for low temps etc...




Garlic: I am going to start planting garlic in a few days. BJ's is selling organic red garlic now. Costco is selling non-organic California grown garlic. I'll use both of those varieties.

My suggestion: Try different varieties of garlic to see which oen suits to your soil and weather conditions. Red, white, and elephant garlic are broad varieties.
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Posted on Sunday, September 20, 2020 - 10:47 pm:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

KB annai, winter vegetables gurunchi kuda cheppandi like what are the best vegetables/greens to plant and when to plant, how much sun they need, when to cover for low temps etc...
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Posted on Monday, August 17, 2020 - 11:47 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Thanks KB bro. Thank you all!
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Posted on Monday, August 17, 2020 - 8:08 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Prasanth:

Even in India so similar kada



yeah. kani, India lo 'Freezing' temperatures vundavu kadaa pedha gaa(except Himalayan area etc)? Idemo 'Hardiness zone'. Basically, it gives the idea of how cold in that area is .It wont consider the soil conditions etc.
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Posted on Monday, August 17, 2020 - 2:46 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Kodibochu:



Idoka variety of garlic. Baagaa laavu gaa vuntundi.4-5 cloves ye vuntaayi , kanai big sized one. The center one is almost like a small onion size lo vuntundi.


ok cool thank u. India lo almost oka type ye untaayi but varies in size sometimes.
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Kodibochu:



Hardiness zone. USA lo weather okkokka area lo okkokka rakam gaa vuntundi kadaa? So, aa area lo vunde general weather conditions ni identify cheyydaaniki zones gaa devide chesthaaru.Farmers ki, seed producers ki idi baaga help avuthundi.Example: ' Maa area lo perige plants Virginia lo peragakapovachu(because of too much winter over there)


cool.idhantha idea undi but zones ku alaa IDs untaayi ani teliyadhu.

Even in India so similar kada, apples south lo kastam, cotton anni chotla pamdadhu etc
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Prasanth:

elephant garlic




Idoka variety of garlic. Baagaa laavu gaa vuntundi.4-5 cloves ye vuntaayi , kanai big sized one. The center one is almost like a small onion size lo vuntundi.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 1:38 pm:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Prasanth:

zone is 7B




Hardiness zone. USA lo weather okkokka area lo okkokka rakam gaa vuntundi kadaa? So, aa area lo vunde general weather conditions ni identify cheyydaaniki zones gaa devide chesthaaru.Farmers ki, seed producers ki idi baaga help avuthundi.Example: ' Maa area lo perige plants Virginia lo peragakapovachu(because of too much winter over there)

https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/
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Nayak:

So October should be ideal I guess?



Yep.Thats the ideal time. I planted in December also(which is late) and got the same amount of yeild a sthe ones planted in September/October Only thing is you need to harvest them in July.

Nayak:

getting it from Costco.




Any garlic is fine. If there is any option avalable to buy organic, I'll go for it.

Nayak:

Can I plant in the same bed which I use to grow all kind of veggies




I wouldn't do that. Normally, I plant each garlic with 4" space. So, when you want to harvest them, its difficult to do it without affecting other plants. Since June is is the growing season for other plants, its better to have them in a separate bed.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 1:07 pm:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Prasanth:

??




sprinklers zones anukonta to water automatically
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Kodibochu:

Water kudaa pettanu nenu oka saari molichina tharvaatha.




meeku outdoors work avutayi kabatti fine, maaku unde 3-4 months lo we have to depend on indoor.

Yes. Asala garlic is the easiest with little or no maintenance, it can grow and give yield.

Last year vesesi vadilesinavi, next year vachestayi, when temps go up.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 12:42 pm:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Kodibochu:

zone is 7B


??

Kodibochu:

elephant garlic


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Nayak:




organic dorakkapote you can take any garlic it works.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 11:33 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Can I plant in the same bed which I use to grow all kind of veggies but I think harvesting is an issue because I need to start planting in April for next summer crop
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 11:30 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Thank you MF and KB. KB bro, I am in north Atlanta which is similar wether like you. So October should be ideal I guess? I nor mally don’t get China garlic from Indian store but organic one from Whole Foods but ever since Covid started getting it from Costco. I guess that should be ok to plant?
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Musicfan:

indoor or out door,



Normally, I don't like to grow in pots if something can be grown outdoors(because of water management etc. Pots thondara gaa dry avuthaayi).Thats my personal preference though.. bayata ayithe vesi vadileyyadame. Water kudaa pettanu nenu oka saari molichina tharvaatha.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 10:56 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post


Nayak:

KB bro, please let us know process like when to plant etc...



Normally, I buy organic garlic from the store. Okkokka rebba vida thise September nunchi December madhaya lo beds/space availability ni batti plant chesthaanu. Anthe. Ave molisi perugthaayi throughout the winter. May-June lo harvest chesthaanu. My zone is 7B. I like elephant garlic a lot. But, not sure if this grows in a zone where you have extended winter.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 9:42 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Garlic process emi ledu, just plant them, indoor or out door, we got every time we planted.
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Posted on Sunday, August 16, 2020 - 9:20 am:   Insert Quote Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

KB bro, please let us know process like when to plant etc...
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