Native to East Asia, jumping worms are new invasive pest in Wisconsin that feeds on the organic matter faster than other earthworm species in the soil, and can ultimately alter understorey forest and landscape vegetation.
In Wisconsin, garlic should be planted in later summer or fall, usually within a week or two after the first killing frost.
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