The 2011 garlic crop topped 4.2 million cwt. With prices falling to $68.20 per cwt, U.S. garlic production was valued at $286.8 million, continuing a three-year increase in total value. California is the major garlic producing state, followed by Nevada and Oregon. April 2012 ... Garlic
- Christopher Ranch, Market to Market, Iowa Public Television, 2009 - America’s largest producer and processor, Christopher Ranch, a Gilroy, California-based producer and processor, is taking steps to regain its share of the domestic market.
- Garlic, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, Oregon State University, 2002.
- Garlic, Fresh Market Vegetable Budgets, University of Wisconsin, 2008 - Enterprise budgets for garlic.
- Garlic, Postharvest Technology Research and Information Center, University of California, Davis.
- Garlic, Vegetable Research and Information Center, University of California Cooperative Extension.
- Garlic: Flavor of the Ages, Economic Research Service (ERS), USDA, 2000.
- Garlic: Organic Production, ATTRA, National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service, National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), 2008 - This publication addresses most aspects of organic garlic production, including seed sources, organic fertility management, pest management and harvesting and storage.
- Onion and Garlic, Pest Management Guidelines, University of California.
- Vegetables and Melons, ERS, USDA.
- Vegetables and Pulses Outlook, ERS, USDA.
- Vegetables and Melons Yearbook, ERS, USDA.
- Vegetables Annual Summary, National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA, 2012.
Links checked April 2012.