Garlic Bulbs for Fall Planting 2525


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Garlic Bulbs for Fall Planting 2525. Grown in Ontario.

Hardneck type. Traditional flavour and good winter storage when properly cured. Excellent keeper. Treated as perennial crop in much of Canada. Winter survival without protection is questionable in Zones 3 and colder.

How to Grow

Garlic tolerates a wide range of soil types. Loamy clay and sandy loam work well. Crack open the garlic bulb mass. Plant individual cloves, pointy end up, two inches deep. Plant cloves in single or double rows. Space gloves four to eight inches apart. Tighter spacing increases total yield in terms of weight but the bulbs are smaller. For larger bulbs space cloves at least eight inches apart. Mulching is beneficial. Garlic should be in rotation every three to five years. Suitable rotation crops are mustard and fall rye. When starting a new crop, it’s best to use new bulbs/cloves and avoid bulbs/cloves from your previous crop. Don’t rotate garlic with any member of the Allium genus.

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