Garlic Begets Garlic

Tips for Growing Garlic Choose locally adapted seed stock Garlic does not produce viable seed, so it must be propagated by planting individual cloves. Mail-order catalogs can be excellent sources of planting stock, but regional suppliers should not be over­looked. Local farms, farmers’ markets, specialty stores, and food festivals are all potential sources for native garlic that is already have adapted to our climate and growing conditions. Late summer into early fall is the best time to buy seed stock. The whole bulbs can then be stored in a cool, dry location until planting time. Avoid using garlic from the supermarket as seed stock. Besides tasting mundane, most commercial varieties have

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