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Ask a master gardener: It’s time to plant garlic

Garlic is propagated from the cloves, with about 50 cloves per pound of garlic bulbs being the rule of thumb when purchasing seed garlic for planting this fall.  Photo by Jim Corven

Fresh garlic from your garden is hard to beat, and now is the time to get it started for next year. Let’s look at a few tips for a successful garlic crop using science and some practical gardening knowledge.

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