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|Culture & Science - Ecology and Environment|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 21:14|
For the first edible bulbs of garlic in a few months, you only need a pot of dimensions not too large, black soil, river sand and garlic cloves.
Process begins by drilling the base of the pot to help drain excess water from irrigation. Then a substrate prepared by mixing one part river sand every two black ground. This is where you have to bury the garlic cloves, about four fingers deep and far between.
Once planted the garlic, you should water them as moderate during the formation of the bulb. After flowering, reduce watering.
The next step is that when you see the buds coming out, choose the strongest and remove the others. If you want you can use them to plant them in pots different and thus have more culture.
To find out when it's time to harvest the garlic should be noted that, depending on weather conditions, the plant will take a yellowish color, between 5 and 8 months after planting, it will mean being dried. A good tip line is that, before consuming the garlic harvest, let it dry in the sun, preferably in a ventilated room.