Garlic: Organic Production

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By Janet Bachmann, updated by Tammy Hinman

Published: 0000

Updated: 2008

© NCAT

IP320

28 pages


Introduction

Garlic is a cool-season crop grown in most regions of the U.S. This publication addresses most aspects of organic garlic production, including seed sources, organic fertility management, pest management and harvesting and storage. Marketing and economic considerations, including enterprise budgets for organic garlic production, are also addressed in this publication. A resource and reference section follows the publication.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Organic Production
Seed Sources
Soil Fertility
Planting
Seed Stocks
Irrigation
Labor
Pest Management
Insects
Diseases
Nematodes
Viruses
Weeds
Harvest and Storage
Marketing and Economics
Further Resources
References
Appendix 1: Farmer Profile
Appendix 2: Sample Garlic Budgets

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