Harvested garlic often decays before the next harvest. It turns out that no matter how much you plant it, the stocks rot, mold or dry out, so by the beginning of summer or even earlier you have to buy garlic in the store. To keep it from spoiling, it must be stored correctly.
What you need:
- glass jars;
Proper storage of garlic
For storing garlic, you need to prepare glass jars. They are sterilized for canning and dried. Dry garlic is laid out in jars to the top. Then it is closed with gauze folded in several layers. The cover does not fit.
Jars of garlic are placed in an empty nook in the kitchen or in another warm room where a constant positive temperature is maintained. You don't need to put them in a cellar, let alone a refrigerator. As you use the garlic, you should first take from one jar, then after emptying it from the next. It is stored better in full jars. The garlic stored in this way will be fresh even in August next year.