[Market-farming] garlic

Steve Bridges steve at texasgrown.com
Sun Oct 24 16:00:46 EDT 2004

Hi Willie,
We have a great source of garlic sets right here in Texas. Call Bob Anderson at Gourmet Garlic Gardens. He's got a great selection of the usual and unusual. His contact info is:

Gourmet Garlic Gardens
12300 FM 1176
Bangs, Texas 76823
1-(325) 348-3049
Toll-free Order Line (866) 348-3049
email: bob at web-access.net

Bob Wells Nursery has a patented plumcot. Same as pluots?

Bob Wells Nursery
17160 CR 4100
Lindale, TX 75771
(903) 882-3550

Hope this helps.
Steve Bridges
Kimas Tejas Nursery
Bastrop, TX

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Willie McKemie 
  To: Market Farming 
  Sent: Sunday, October 24, 2004 7:35 AM
  Subject: [Market-farming] garlic

  Will someone remind me of sources of garlic sets?

  Here in Central Texas, things are picking up a bit after the doldrums 
  of summer.  Late tomatoes are just starting (after being promised to 
  customers for WEEKS).  They are suffering from a light hail attack and 
  wet weather.  Indian summer gives us an unexpectedly good supply of 
  late okra.  Bell peppers are finally escaping sunburn, as the sun 
  shifts to the south.  First planting of spinach, made about three weeks 
  ago, has not emerged.  Probably due to heat.  Summer planted fall 
  potatoes were an almost complete failure; about a 1-5% stand.  
  Broccoli, mustard, radish, arugula are all doing nicely.  Persimmons 
  were a pleasant surprise; we normally get around 20 boxes, this year we 
  have at least 50.

  We are still about a month away from our first freeze.  Highs have been 
  in the 90s; lows in the 70s.  Lowest low, a couple of weeks ago, was 48.

  While I'm rambling.... can anyone recommend a source of bare root 

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