Depending upon its variety, garlic can be planted in autumn and spring. Autumn planting is just carried out, until wheather conditions allow it. Autumn garlic overwinters and next year it develops vegetative mass and bulb. Unlike spring, autumn garlic has larger and wider leaves, and large bulb with a smaller number of large cloves in bulb. For good farming and high yields, it needs lighter, alluvial, well-drained soil with good structure, slightly acidic or neutral pH soil reaction. It's also important to perform proper fertilization and make pest and disease protection on time. Complete farming technology for garlic, from sowing, fertilizing to protection and harvest you can find in Agrivi farm management system, which gives you best practices for growing your crops. Improve your farming today, use Agrivi.