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Growing Great Garlic: The Definitive Guide for Organic Gardeners and Small Farmers (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. Juli 1995

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Ron L. Engeland has made his living as an organic garlic grower in Washington State for nearly two decades. He has cultivated more than 450 strains from all over the world. If you want to grow incredible garlic for yourself, he's the man to listen to.

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For the past fifteen years, author Ron Engeland has farmed organically with his wife, Watershine, and two children in north central Washington state. In addition to garlic they raise over 100 varieties of apples, plus peaches, apricots, plums, raspberries, potatoes, and cut and dried flowers. Ron also manages an irrigation company and writes numerous articles. He is a former state secretary of the Washington Tilth Producers' Cooperative, and served three years on the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board.

For the past fifteen years, author Ron Engeland has farmed organically with his wife, Watershine, and two children in north central Washington state. In addition to garlic they raise over 100 varieties of apples, plus peaches, apricots, plums, raspberries, potatoes, and cut and dried flowers. Ron also manages an irrigation company and writes numerous articles. He is a former state secretary of the Washington Tilth Producers' Cooperative, and served three years on the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board.

Jim Anderson owned and operated a successful boat repair business in southern Minnesota before becoming a full-time writer. Most of the boats he has repaired and restored are fiberglass runabouts ranging from 15 to 18 feet in length.

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Garlic is not just what you find in the supermarket. And once you begin to realize the enormous variety available, you, too, will want to have that sensational patch in your back yard. This book is the "how to and what is" bible for garlic growers everywhere. Even we were able to grow good garlic thanks to all of the guidance from Filaree Farm. Get this book now. You have until fall 1999 to prepare your garden for growing garlic. And while you are doing all of the planning, be sure to place your order with Filaree for garlic "seed" they will be harvesting late this summer. Just remember, though---the lusty, mouthwatering descriptions prove to be irresistable. Just because Filaree offers more than 450 varieties does not mean that you have to plant all of them, even though you will want too. Be prudent!
And, if you love garlic the way we love garlic, you will also want to order a dozen or so varieties just for eating! Start with Chesnok Red,a purple stripe hardneck garlic that is absolutely sensational when it is roasted.
Linda & Fred Griffith, authors of "Garlic, Garlic, Garlic"
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Ron's book very concisely, in lay terms, covers garlic in an
entertaining, yet authoritative style. The book provides descriptions
and illustrations of the varieties of garlic, then covers the
art of planting, growing, harvesting, storing and marketing
garlic. The book is appropriate for gardeners as well as small
scale farmers. Ron has grown Okanogan County, WA gourmet garlic
for 17 years. He approaches his craft with deliberate thoroughness
to a degree found in few farmers who can also write well.
Must reading for those who enjoy gardening and eating garlic.
Hmmmm.

Terry R. Graham,
Washington State
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If you only own one book on growing garlic--this is the one. From the history and enzyme groups of garlic to "how to properly clean and store" it, ron covers it all. The Bibile for garlic growers. Get the suppliment from FillareeFarms.com to get the most up-to-date expert information on this wonderful fun food.
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HASH(0x9d68b150) von 5 Sternen A Nice Guide to Growing Garlic. 2. Februar 2003
Von James P. Zaworski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Most gardeners don't think of growing garlic, because it is so plentiful and inexpensive at the local grocery store. The problem is that there is only one kind of garlic available at most grocery stores and markets, and that limits variety to be sure! There are over 72 different cultivated varieties of garlic! Each variety has its own distinct aroma, flavor, and level of spicyness. There are even hot garlics! Elephant garlic isn't a true garlic, so it doesn't count.
This book is an indispensible introduction to, and guide for growing garlic, and it even has some places listed where you can get the different cultivars of garlic.
The book is arranged into 3 parts. The introduction deals with the natural history of garlic. The second part deals with the different varieties, and the difference between the hardneck and softnect varieties. It also deals with the history of cultivated garlic. Examples of different garlic include Korean Red, which is a hot garlic, Spanish Roja, Polish, German Red, Inchilium Purple, Silver Skin(the variety usually found in stores), Montana Giant, etc. Each one has its own characteristics and each one has different storage time, growing time, and harvest time.
The third part deals with the cultivation techniques and gardening techniques associated with growing great garlic.
The author has gone to great pains to explain in detail the different methods used in growing garlic, from a commercial scale to the individual organic farmer to the individual home gardener. It is extremely helpful to the garlic novice, that is for sure.
I have used the methods outlined in this book, and in 1999, I liked this book so much that I ended up finding an organic garlic grower in Texas, and got 7 varieties of garlic and started them in a raised garden in October of 1999. In just 8 months I had my first harvest, and it was really cool to grow such distinct garlic in my own garden. This stuff is also expensive, the rare garlics, so it is advantageous to grow your own.
This book is softcover, 229 pages.
I highly recommend it to the home gardener who wants to try something new and delightful.
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HASH(0x9d68b1a4) von 5 Sternen If you only own one book on growing garlic--this is the one. 15. September 1999
Von michaelpeterson@pobox.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you only own one book on growing garlic--this is the one. From the history and enzyme groups of garlic to "how to properly clean and store" it, ron covers it all. The Bibile for garlic growers. Get the suppliment from FillareeFarms.com to get the most up-to-date expert information on this wonderful fun food.
44 von 49 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x9d68b5dc) von 5 Sternen If you want to grow great garlic, you need this book! 12. Februar 1999
Von HotCookLG@aol.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Garlic is not just what you find in the supermarket. And once you begin to realize the enormous variety available, you, too, will want to have that sensational patch in your back yard. This book is the "how to and what is" bible for garlic growers everywhere. Even we were able to grow good garlic thanks to all of the guidance from Filaree Farm. Get this book now. You have until fall 1999 to prepare your garden for growing garlic. And while you are doing all of the planning, be sure to place your order with Filaree for garlic "seed" they will be harvesting late this summer. Just remember, though---the lusty, mouthwatering descriptions prove to be irresistable. Just because Filaree offers more than 450 varieties does not mean that you have to plant all of them, even though you will want too. Be prudent!
And, if you love garlic the way we love garlic, you will also want to order a dozen or so varieties just for eating! Start with Chesnok Red,a purple stripe hardneck garlic that is absolutely sensational when it is roasted.
Linda & Fred Griffith, authors of "Garlic, Garlic, Garlic"
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HASH(0x9d68b9a8) von 5 Sternen Seminal Work on Growing Garlic. 7. Januar 1997
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Ron's book very concisely, in lay terms, covers garlic in an
entertaining, yet authoritative style. The book provides descriptions
and illustrations of the varieties of garlic, then covers the
art of planting, growing, harvesting, storing and marketing
garlic. The book is appropriate for gardeners as well as small
scale farmers. Ron has grown Okanogan County, WA gourmet garlic
for 17 years. He approaches his craft with deliberate thoroughness
to a degree found in few farmers who can also write well.
Must reading for those who enjoy gardening and eating garlic.
Hmmmm.

Terry R. Graham,
Washington State
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HASH(0x9d68b738) von 5 Sternen Great Results 12. Juni 2009
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I originally purchased this book to grow garlic for my own use and had such excellent results that I am now growing and selling several different types of garlic. At first the book seems to be redundant, but in practice it makes sense, since you can refer to the section that applies to stage of the growing cycle you are in at the time.

My only complaint is that sometimes the information is not completly clear and you may have more questions than answers. If you would like to see color photographs of almost all the planting stock available, with descriptions and characteristics, I would highly recommend "the Complete Book Of Garlic" by Ted Jordan Meredith.
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