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Discussion in 'Illinois' started by Tool fan, Feb 6, 2020.
So there may actually be something green in your neck of the woods
yes wheat in the fields
Happy Spring, bromigos!
Wade - i have a garlic question:
What is the best variety of garlic to plant in the spring(missed planting it again last fall due to waterfowl season)?
gou can still plant any type you want and they will still make..but plant now or soon asap 4 - 6 inches deep ...12 inches apart
It's supposedly on in southern Illinois, which would make them about 10 days early on average:
Even if the sighting isn't legit (not saying it is or it isn't), it's about time down there.
The trend is for the northern Illinois temps to be above average through next week. If the trend continues we could have an early start as well.
Ya I’m thinking beginning of April or so for my spots maybe first weekend
I am planting raised beds. Do you think that planting closer will have a negative effect on yield?
Take a thermometer. And "don't forget to take a towel".
6-8-10 if fine. 12" allows an easy working width between plants ..
6" will effect and have less yeild
8" it is then. I have a pound each of Killarney Red and Georgia Crystal on the way.
It's been snowing most of the day in NE IL - but it ain't stickin'. We will have at least a month of seed starting, garlic planting, sausage making, and fish smoking before the mighty morel ravages our agenda for a few weeks.
Is that a European paper wasp?
No it’s a mosquito
My phone would not take a good picture
Perhaps not. But you could have used it to smash that bastard in the corner.
Lmao ya he died
Another find in il
Here we go
How can this virus ruin
Another fb find in il
All my spots are in state parks and wildlife areas.....I’m beyond disappointed right now. I really can’t believe this is happening. I don’t come within 100 feet of anyone when I’m out there anyway! Ridiculous.