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Planting Garlic

http://durgan.org/2010/October%202010/9%20October%202010%20Planting%20garlic/HTML/ 9 October 2010 Planting Garlic. Hardneck Garlic (Allium sativum var. ophioscorodon) rocambole or serpent garlic. This type of garlic produces a curved scape and at the top bulblets form, which are not seed but clones of the main clove. … Continue reading

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Hardneck Garlic further drying

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?NTYRF 16 July 2010 Hardneck Garlic further drying. Garlic has been drying in the shed for about 15 days, and was trimmed today for further drying (curing). Adequate drying insures long storage life. Four bulbs equals one pound weight. The … Continue reading

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