Garlic Imports Banned

 

 

Garlic farmers complaining about lowered prices for their produce brings an end to imported garlic.

Could this happen in the United States? Hardly. The United States only produces five percent of the world's supply of garlic while at the same time imports over 138 million pounds of fresh garlic from China in just one year. But in Thailand, farmers complaints were listened to.

Garlic has many health benefits from curing infections that are resistant to antibiotics to preventing cancer.

Garlic is easy to grow in a home garden without dangerous chemicals and is a delicious, healthful addition to any diet.

For more information visit:

http://www.bangkokpost.com/260808_Business/26Aug2008_biz37.php
http://www.apluswriting.net/rssnewsfeeds/homeandgarden/garlictips.htm
http://www.apluswriting.net/rssnewsfeeds/homeandgarden/Garlic_From_China.htm
http://www.apluswriting.net/rssnewsfeeds/homeandgarden/Garlic_Banned_From_Grocery_Store.htm
http://www.apluswriting.net/rssnewsfeeds/homeandgarden/Garlic--A_Cancer_Cure.htm
http://www.apluswriting.net/rssnewsfeeds/homeandgarden/Garlic_Kills_Superbug.htm

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Author: Marilyn Pokorney
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