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3 edition of Everything you want to know about garlic found in the catalog.

Everything you want to know about garlic

the supreme herbal remedy

by George Joseph Binding

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Pyramid Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Garlic,
  • Traditional medicine

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPreface by Carlson Wade
    SeriesThe Pyramid healthful living series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB351.G3 B5 1972
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24929118M
    OCLC/WorldCa8095983

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    You’ll know it’s time to harvest your garlic when the tops are yellow and they begin to fall over. Harvest the garlic before the tops are completely dry. Gently lift the bulbs with a spade or garden fork. When you remove them from the soil, carefully brush off the soil and . If you know of additional books that deal with certain aspects of garlic, please feel free to contribute them to this list. (Check out our Garlic Books if you want to purchase books on garlic.) For books you think should be added to the garlic library, please include (if known).

    Softneck garlic, to its credit, will usually store longer into the following spring. So if you are looking to be garlic self-sufficient, you might want to consider planting a portion of softneck, or living on scapes for a few weeks. The other redeeming trait about softneck garlic is you can braid it. (Yay.). We don't sell garlic but we can show you how to grow it! Learn from our years of growing great garlic. This site contains everything you ever wanted to know about garlic but were afraid to ask; selecting the perfect variety, planting cloves, tending green plants and ultimately harvesting huge heads of garlic.


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