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NARC G1 Garlic Grow in Pakistan

NARC G1 Garlic Grow in Pakistan

NARC G1 Garlic Grow in Pakistan is the best Hybrid garlic produced in Pakistan. Highly profitable from a commercial point of view.

NARC G1 Garlic Grow in Pakistan is the excellent source of vitamins E, C, and A. It also contains allicin, which has been known for its antibacterial properties. 

Pakistani Scientists introduce new varieties of garlic seeds in Pakistan. Garlic variety’s name is NARC G1 Garlic. G1 garlic is the best commercial farming seed in Pakistan and according to our atmosphere. G1 garlic is a high yield variety in Pakistan. 

What is NARC G1 Garlic?

What is G1 Garlic or Elephant  garlic (Allium ampeloprasum) seems like an enormous clove however if truth be told, isn’t real garlic however it is additionally closely associated with a leek. It’s a hardy bulb with massive blue-green leaves. This perennial herb boasts AN oversize pink or purple stem that seems within the spring or summer. below the bottom, {a massive|an outsized|an oversized} bulb consisting of 5 to 6 large cloves enclosed by smaller bulblets grows. This lilid monocot genus plant attains a height of approximately three feet (1 m.) from bulb to the tip of the strap-like leaves and originates in Pakistan.

NARC G1 Garlic Farming Guide: 

1Crop NameGarlic
2Variety Narc G-1
3Land1 Acre
4Sowing TimeOctober to November
5Bed Size42”
6Number Plantation Rows on one bed6
7Plant to Plant gap5” to 6”
8Plants row to row space7”
9Seeds requirements per acre20 Mun= 800 Kg
10Seeds Price per kg0.00 per Kg
11Yield per acre200 to 350 Mun
12Avg Bulb Size is300 to 500 grams
13One Bulb contains11 Pods
14Crop duration6 to 7 Months
15GrowthAll Pakistan
16Can we grow organically?Yes it can be grow Organically
17Farmyard Manure (Decomposed)10 to 15 trollies

NARC G1 GARLIC Grow Pakistan

GARLIC It is one of the most popular condiments used in kitchens all over the world. This plant possesses quite a number of medicinal properties. By cultivating garlic under cover, gardeners have quick and easy access to a natural prebiotic that effectively counteracts many diseases, strengthens immunity, inhibits the growth of bacteria and infection. Just eat one clove of garlic a day to feel its positive effect after a short time. This constitutes a sufficient dose of amino acids, saponins, vitamins, provitamins, mineral salts and rare elements contained in a small portion of garlic, replacing many drugs from the pharmacy.


Garlic is planted in two cycles, spring and autumn. Garlic winter, planted in autumn, does not develop flower shoots. It hibernates in winter and emerges in spring. Spring garlic, on the other hand, is planted in spring. Winter varieties develop larger heads and ripen much earlier than spring varieties. They reach up to 120 cm in height, with bulbs up to 280 g in weight.


SOIL Garlic is a plant resistant to low temperatures, growth occurring at just 3 ° C. For proper development, it needs sun exposure, although it can be planted in the shade. As a one- year plant, it has a weak root system. This translates into high demands on soil and water. Garlic needs moist, warm and rich soil in humus and nutrients. Condition for its development is a neutral ground with a pH of about 6.8.


Mulching is a treatment that has a positive effect on the yield . As the edible part of the plant is under ground, the main factor affecting garlic is the substrate quality. A mulch layer protects the soil from drying and limits development of weeds. Proper irrigation is equally important during cultivation, soaked soil causes the plant to be exposed to disease and pest attacks.


As we have already mentioned, garlic has high demand on soil and water, so it is necessary to systematically water and loosen the soil. As with any plant, it is important to systematically remove weeds and keep a constant watch on the crop. When pathogens or pests appear, they must first be identified, to then apply the appropriate remedy depending on the growing stage. To increase yield, flower buds should be removed. This will allow garlic to develop bulb instead of stems.


When stems on garlic become brown, then it is time to harvest. When more than half of them have reached this state, it is a sign that they are already fully mature. Garlic ready to harvest should have a hard head or 3 to 5 segments covered with thin skin. Garlic is dug during dry and sunny days, gently removing it, so as not to damage the head itself. Shaking it off the ground and hanging it to dry for at least 3 days is an effective solution to prolong its shelf life.

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