For seed garlic (home gardeners only) it's best to buy later in the season, as we will have the larger garlic, and garlic from the "cleanest" areas disease-wise. One small field of garlic had some White Rot. Luckily the 2 main fields only had a few suspicious bulbs and a one limited patch with nematode damage. We will ask everyone to use the hot water soak treatment if you do plant our garlic for seed. We do not sell seed to other growers/ sellers or CSA farms.
|Using the harvester for some of the garlic. Most of it was hand-dug, though|
|Some of the larger Chesnok Red bulbs|
|On the drying racks (the middle garlic is already dry)|
|some garlic was dried in our boxcar|