Garlic is a species from the allium genus. It is an antiquated bulbous vegetable. Garlic is anything but difficult to develop and requires almost no space in the patio nursery. Garlic develops from individual cloves severed from an entire knob. Every clove will duplicate in the ground, framing another knob that comprises of 5-10 cloves. Garlic tastes extraordinary broiled or utilized as an enhancing as a part of numerous formulas and recipes.
To grow garlic you must keep in mind a few facts and follow simple method to grow exceptionally good garlic. Firstly you have to determine the right time of the year to grow and harvest garlic. Because growing it in an inappropriate time will result in the wastage of time and money as you will not get any yield in non-harvesting month. Garlic normally grows well in a wide range of climates. It actually has a low yield in the areas with high temperature and humidity. Then after that carefully choose a planting spot and make the soil ready to plant the seeds. Make sure the soil has a well-developed drainage mechanism. The soil should contain nutrients and minerals too. Now take garlic and plant the seeds into the soil. Cloves of the garlic are basically considered as the seeds. Each clove will grow into a new garlic plant. To get a good clove, break the garlic and peel a clove so that the clove is fresh. Try not to damage it as your yield depends upon it.
Then sow the garlic seed approximately 2 inches deep in the soil. Also keep in mind that if you sow the seeds too close to each other the bulb and roots might get a little congested, so place the seed apart from each other with a distance of approximately 7 to 8 inches. Then cover the planted seeds with mulch or fertile soil. You will get the indication that the garlic bulb is ready when the leaves turn brown or yellow. Remember to water the plant more often and take care of the pests and fungus that might harm your soil. As garlic is a self-immune plant because it contains sulphur in it. Although the soil may get contaminated with fungi and pests. If it does, then you cannot grow garlic in that soil again.Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh