Have you ever been out in your garden/field, and spent the time planting garlic? For some, it seems to come easy. They could throw it in the air, and it land perfectly upright and in the ground just so. Next it rains, and their whole bed shoots up green sprigs. So why can’t you seem to get it right? Your back is sore, your garlic dies before it ever sprouts, and you’re left wondering “where am I going wrong?” In this guide, we’ll be going over the exact steps, what it takes, and what not to do in order to plant garlic for the best yield.
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The nice thing about blogging is, you fill a need by answering questions for people who are looking for answers. If someone is looking to find out why they’re having trouble, and they realize “hmm.. maybe it’s because I’m using the wrong variety.” then you tell them: Here is a link to my garlic, it’s tried and true, and it works. Boom. You’ve answered their question, they have access to your product, and everyone’s happy.
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