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  The Garlic Newsletter

The Garlic Newsletter is a new Canadian publication, launched in September 2002 in response to a growing demand for useable information on the cultivation and use of garlic. It is billed as a publication for garlic growers produced by garlic growers.

Production of the newsletter is on a non-profit basis and is published and distributed to members four times per year. It is a membership publication, which enables garlic growers to exchange information not available through other sources. Garlic growing, Newsletter members write articles. Government and industry experts are consulted on topics of a specialized nature to provide a balanced content.

Low-gloss, high content, providing factual information rather than pictures, its purpose is to help its members grow and enjoy garlic more. The newsletter covers a wide range of topics on garlic culture, garlic varieties and strains, new garlic products, soil building, getting better yields, organics, health aspects, using garlic, garlic and your pet, garlic festivals and field days and much more. Although not exclusively organic in nature, the newsletter encourages organic as opposed to conventional agricultural practice.

For information on membership subscriptions or placing an advertisement, contact: George Ward, Publisher, 613-273-2748 or email Paul Pospisil, Editor, 613-273-5683, or email



Eastern Ontario AgriNews is published on the third Monday of each month. The printed version is distributed free by postal mail to farms in Eastern Ontario, Canada.

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