Here in southern California, you will find garlic at markets that reads, "a product of China". You can also get garlic that is grown in California in certain markets.
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Very informative, thanks.
Nice to hear from you, I have heard of Gilroy and their garlic, on a PBS program. I use it a lot and prefer to buy the "California" garlic since it's right here.
That sounds logical, thanks.
I also doubt that the climate in S California would be right, Like shallots, garlic needs periods of hard frost to cause the split into cloves, it is said that 10 weeks is right, autumn planted garlic is always better.
Thanks Mick S, I like to be informed about the things I use and like.