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October 08, 2007

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Annie Lau

My garlic plant has aphids! It's the first time that I'm getting them. I've unleashed lady bugs on the garlic plants and it's helping, but I there is still a healthy population of aphids. What else can I do to rid them and are they harmful to my garlic plant?

Jeannie

Wow, I really loved this post. What could be more amazing than fresh garlic with your fresh basil and heirloom tomatoes. Planting garlic is refreshingly Thanks

John Salvatore

I am arriving in Cebu on the 15th of May, 2008 and I am very interested in farming garlic or rice. Thank you very much for any assistance you can provide me.
John Salvatore

dongborja

the article is good but I need to learn more about biodynamic farming fit here in the Philippines.

Carol O'Donnell

I love growing garlic and purchase seed garlic from www.filareefarm.com
On November 10th, 2007 I planted five different varieties. In February 2007 I planted garlic, surprise, it produced well. Probably the bulbs were smaller than they should have been, but it worked for last year's disorganized gardener.

Annette Truong

This is an amazing article on garlic! I love learning about what I can plant at different times of the year. Because I'm new to winter gardening in California, I'm amazed that some things can be started in the winter. How late is "too late" to plant garlic outside in San Jose, California? Thanks for your unending advice. -AET

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