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Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic: Successfully Grow Your Own Garlic At Home [Kindle Edition] - Free Download @ Amazon

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"Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic" is for anyone who wants to learn how to grow their own delicious garlic at home. This popular plant has been worshipped as a… Read More
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"Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic" is for anyone who wants to learn how to grow their own delicious garlic at home. This popular plant has been worshipped as a god, used as currency and is very popular as a healing herb and culinary ingredient.

Being such a popular plant, people like to grow it at home. Despite it being relatively easy to grow, it can be difficult to get it to mature successfully. Many people lose their crop and never manage to harvest their own garlic.

I wrote this book to give you a simple to follow, step-by-step guide to successfully growing your own garlic and getting it to mature. The first time you dig up your own fresh garlic bulb will be special indeed.

When you read this book you will get tips and advice, helping you to plant your garlic, tending it through to harvest time and then storing it so it lasts for months.

In "Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic" you will find out:

The History of Garlic - learn where garlic comes from and why it is such a popular plent

Types of Garlic - discover the many different types of garlic and their growing requirements plus which are the most popular types

How to Grow Garlic - find out exactly how to grow garlic, from ideal soil conditions to planting, feeding, watering and more

Harvesting and Storing - understand what you need to do in order to store your garlic correctly so it lasts for 6 to 12 months

Diseases and Pests - find out more about the common pests and diseases that affect garlic, including how to prevent and treat them

Medicinal and Therapeutic Uses - learn the different conditions garlic can be used to treat and the medical research underway into the curative properties of garlic

Profiting from Garlic - a business outline for turning a profit from growing garlic at home

Cooking with Garlic - discover how the different types of garlic taste in cooking as well as some popular garlic recipes

Garlic is a very rewarding plant to grow at home and when you know the conditions it needs to thrive. Fresh garlic tastes delicious and there are lots of benefits to be had from it Not only does it make your food taste fantastic, but it can also help protect you from colds as well as many other potential health benefits.

Discover today how you can grow your own garlic successfully at home as "Growing Garlic - A Complete Guide To Growing, Harvesting and Using Garlic" guides you through the entire process from planting to harvesting.
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http://starecat.com/content/wp-content/uploads/watch-robert-plant-while-roger-waters.jpg

Edited By: Boz on Feb 23, 2017 19:00: .
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fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow

if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/
#4
Natural Pest Repellent & Almost Immune To The Frost If Planted A Few Weeks Before It Arrives.
Here's 12 interesting facts about Garlic! :)

http://topfoodfacts.com/12-interesting-facts-about-garlic/

or

Garlic: 21 Fun Facts !

https://garlicshaker.com/blog/garlic-21-fun-facts-/

Edited By: Boz on Feb 23, 2017 19:24
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luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/


A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)



Edited By: Boz on Feb 23, 2017 19:33
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Boz
luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/


A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)




As a garlic "worshipper" this is something else to add to my alliumatic arsenal - thank you boz
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Thanks Boz..
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MrBeansDrivingInstructor
Boz
luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/
A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)
As a garlic "worshipper" this is something else to add to my alliumatic arsenal - thank you boz

?
Are you trying to ward off Vampires?, and/or Dracula?, or something ..... hehehehe. :-(
1 Like #9
Boz
luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/
A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)

Interesting debate forum this?. :-)
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amour3k
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
Boz
luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/
A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)
As a garlic "worshipper" this is something else to add to my alliumatic arsenal - thank you boz

?
Are you trying to ward off Vampires?, and/or Dracula?, or something ..... hehehehe. :-(


No, just the mother-in-law.
1 Like #11
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
amour3k
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
Boz
luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/
A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)
As a garlic "worshipper" this is something else to add to my alliumatic arsenal - thank you boz
?
Are you trying to ward off Vampires?, and/or Dracula?, or something ..... hehehehe. :-(
No, just the mother-in-law.

Meeeeeeeeeow!!, loool.
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Boz
https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51ZvbYbzuXL.jpghttp://starecat.com/content/wp-content/uploads/watch-robert-plant-while-roger-waters.jpg

I couldn't stop laughing at that. :D Nice one.
1 Like #13
Boz
luvsadealdealdeal
fair play Boz - but all you have to do is divide up your supermarket garlic bulb into the individual segments then stick it in the ground, garlic is hardy so you could do this successfully in autumn, winter or spring - one of the easiest things to grow
if you want a fancier garlic bulb, order them online eg from the Isle of Wight garlic farm http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/


A problem with lots of supermarket alliums is that they are treated with a retardant that stops them from sprouting.
Not all but is true as a general rule. The key is to use ORGANIC garlic because it has not been sprayed with a growth inhibitor chemical. That’s correct. Regular garlic has been treated so that it doesn’t sprout in the grocery store. If your grocery store carries organic produce look in that section for garlic. It may also be located near the non-organic garlic. Don’t be fooled by the word, “natural”. The word “natural” does not guarantee the garlic is free from chemicals. If you can’t find organic garlic , try garlic with these labels: “minimally processed” and “all natural”. :)




Well my garlic should be fine as the only "grocery stores" that I know are over the Atlantic in the states
1 Like #14
Stinking deal!
1 Like #15
Just roasted some in the oven. Now spreading on a baguette, yum yum
1 Like #16
Cheers
1 Like #17
Everyone was complaining after I started my new garlic diet so I went to the GP and he confirmed that I had Italitosis.
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Not free to buy at the moment
#19
chaiparker
Not free to buy at the moment


Thanks I'll Expire This

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