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Simple Way to Grow Garlic at Home | Care Tips

Simple Way to Grow Garlic at Home | Care Tips

In the post, we will know all About Garlic plant and some new benefits of garlic

  • Simple way to grow garlic at home
  • Care tips
  • Benefits of garlic
  • Harvest time of garlic

Simple Way to Grow: The best way to grow Garlic, grow it with its garlic clove. How to let’s read the full post.

To grow a clove of garlic, Take at least a 12-inch flower pot and prepare the soil. Take well-drained garden soil(50%), rice husk(30%), and decompose cow dung(20). Mix it well. While mixing the soil, remove all small pebbles; after that, pour this soil mixture into the flower pot. Give some water to the flower pot so that the soil mixture settles in the pot(by doing this, the soil becomes fluffy).

After all, pour garlic buds one by one into the soil (garlic buds should be deep up to 2 inches in the soil). Pour the remaining soil mixture above the buds and water the pot.

After all, it keeps this flower pot in the full sunlight. Within 3 to 5 days, these buds start to germinate, and small leaves appear from this plant. After 10 to 15 days, garlic buds grow up to 5 to 7 inches

Tips and Tricks While Planting :

  • Remember that, it is necessary to have a small drainage hole in the bottom of the flower pot and keep small stones or pebbles in the drainage hole. The water does not get collected in the soil, and the soil does not become splashy.
  • Hardiness zone 5 to 9.
  • Garlic buds have to be part one is thick, and another is thin. When you plant garlic buds, thick pieces should be inside the soil.
  • The distance between the buds is 2 to 3 cm long.
  • Permanently save from heavy rain and high temperature.

Best Caring Tips :

Watering: This plant needs moisture in the soil, so check soil moisture while giving water. Soil dries quickly in the summer season; then, you can provide water to this plant after 2 to 3 days and after 4 to 5 days in the winter season. Always check moisture in the soil, and don’t overwater.

Temperature: This plant needs moisture in the soil, so check soil moisture while giving water. Soil dries quickly in the summer season; then, you can provide water to this plant after 2 to 3 days and after 4 to 5 days in the winter season. Always check moisture in the soil, and don’t overwater.

Best Fertilizers: this plant needs fertilizer in the growing season. The best fertilizer is NPK 19-19-19 or Cow Dung. Add compost to the plant after 30 days and if you have planted buds, then give compost after 15 days after fertilization provides water to the plant. 

Harvesting Time:  If you have sown its buds in September or October, then the right time to harvest it is after 60 days(January or February) because after 60 days, this lesson size grow up to 2 to 3 inches, and this size is enough. After 40 days, garlic size should grow up to 1-inch max if you harvest.

Benefits of Garlic: There are lots of benefits such as :

  • All the part of garlic is eatable.
  • Improve blood pressure
  • Improve cholesterol level
  • It reduces the risk of cancer
  • Improve immune system
  • Improve boost immunity and skin health
  • It is also used to weight loss.
  • It is also used to improve hair growth.

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