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Rina Kamenetsky, Idit London Shafir, Hanita Zemah, Amalia Barzilay and H.D. Rabinowitch

This study was performed in the framework of the EU project “Garlic and Health, The development of high quality garlic and its influence on biomarkers of atherosclerosis and cancer in humans for disease prevention” (QLK1-CT-1999-00498).

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Zachary D. Small, James D. McCurdy, Erick D. Begitschke and Michael P. Richard

Wild garlic, a plant native to Europe, is a troublesome turfgrass weed throughout the southeastern United States. A member of the lily family ( Liliaceae ), the dark green color of this plant stands out among warm-season turfgrass species during

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Gayle M. Volk, Kate E. Rotindo and Walter Lyons

of Leigh Towill, Liv Lyons, and Nick Rotindo for performing quality evaluations. We thank Larry Hanson at ConAgra Foods, Inc., for garlic bulbs. These studies were funded in part by the Colorado State University Specialty Crops Program.

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Leland E. Francois

I thank Edward Kurtz and the American Dehydrated Onion and Garlic Association for technical advice, Basic Vegetables Products for donating the garlic seed cloves and the solids analyses, and Donald Layfield for elemental analysis of the

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Job Teixeira de Oliveira, Rubens Alves de Oliveira, Lucas Allan Almeida Oliveira, Paulo Teodoro and Rafael Montanari

Garlic ( Allium sativum L.) is grown in practically the entire national territory and is recognized as an excellent source of proteins, vitamins, minerals, and fibers that nourish and reduce the incidence of diseases, besides being a food component

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Lara Abou Chehade, Marco Fontanelli, Luisa Martelloni, Christian Frasconi, Michele Raffaelli and Andrea Peruzzi

Garlic is a minor crop in Italy and is produced on more than 3400 ha ( Istituto Nazionale di Statistica, 2017 ). Many regions of Italy have production areas characterized by typical cultivars. Some of these areas are mountainous and the agricultural

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Michael J. Havey and Yul-Kyun Ahn

Garlic is cultivated worldwide and widely used for culinary purposes. As garlic cultivation spread from its origin in central Asia ( Takagi, 1990 ) across the globe, this asexually propagated plant was selected for diverse production environments

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Ramsey Sealy, Michael R. Evans and Craig Rothrock

. Garlic extracts have been shown to be effective at controlling several foliar fungal pathogens ( Lozano et al., 2000 ; Quarnstrom, 1992 ; Raghavaiah and Jayaramaiah, 1987 ; Saniewska, 1995 ; Singh et al., 1995 ). Extracts of garlic have also been

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L.E. Francois

1 Research Agronomist. I thank Edward Kurtz and the American Dehydrated Onion and Garlic Assn. for technical advice, Basic Vegetable Products for donating the onion seeds and garlic cloves and the solids analysis

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S. Alan Walters

Although ≈85% of U.S. garlic is produced in California and an additional 5% to 6% in Oregon and Nevada ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2007 ; Western Integrated Pest Management Center and Alliance for Alternative Agriculture, 2004 ), it is a