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Area-wise Seed Requirement Chart

1 Kanal 75 KG
4 Kanal (1 Jarib) 300 KG
8 Kanal (1 Acre) 600 KG
10 Acre 6000 KG

NARC G1 Garlic

The G1 Garlic was developed by Dr. Hamayun Khan, an agriculture scientist, and introduced by the National Agricultural Research Council (NARC) in 2018. Tragically, Dr. Khan passed away in 2019 due to a coronavirus infection shortly after introducing this new garlic variety. The research on G1 Garlic aimed to boost the domestic production of garlic in the country. Currently, approximately 70-80% of garlic, worth around Rs 70 billion, is imported annually from countries such as India, China, and Iran. The traditional local garlic production yielded around 70 to 80 maunds per acre, whereas the new G1 Garlic variety produces an impressive 200 to 250 maunds per acre, exceeding farmers' expectations. Furthermore, the average weight of locally grown garlic is 30-50 grams, while G1 Garlic weighs between 250-450+ grams. The substantial production of G1 Garlic compared to the local variety could potentially save over Rs 70 billion each year and enable the country to export garlic to other nations within a few years.

Why G1 Garlic

The new variety of garlic, NARC-G1, offers not only increased yield per acre but also superior nutritional value compared to Chinese and ordinary garlic grown in the country. Growers in Punjab expressed great satisfaction with the experimental cultivation of NARC-G1 and recognized its potential for generating foreign exchange through exports. Farmers can earn significant profits from the sale of fresh yield and maximize their earnings through the sale of dry seeds.

Visit the G1 Garlic Image Gallery for monthly updates on the NARC HG1 Garlic fields from 2022 to 2023. The gallery is regularly updated, showcasing the progress of the G1 Garlic. If you wish to visit the fields before purchasing the seed, please contact us via WhatsApp or call us.

G1 Garlic ROI Plan 2023 (Return On Investment)


ROI Plan 2023

Return On Investment

Premium Quality NARC G1 GArlic

Sowing Time

September to October

Harvest Time

Harvest in May(7 Months Crops)

Average Bulb Weight

Fresh Weight: 250-600 grams

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Area Wise Seed Requirments

REQUIRED SEED 1 Kanal 1 Acre
Fresh Seed (Wet) 200 KG 1600 KG
Dry Seed 75 KG 600 KG

Area Wise Yield

Yield 1 Kanal 1 Acre
Fresh Yield (Wet) 1500 KG 10-12 Ton
Dry Seed Yield 600 KG 4000 KG+

One Kanal Sale Forecast Next Year

1 Kanal rate per kg Weight Amount
Fresh @Rs 1000 1500 KG 1.5 Million
Fresh @Rs 2000 1500 KG 3.0 Million
Dry @Rs 10,000 6000 KG 6.0 Million
Dry @Rs 15,000 6000 KG 9.0 Million

One Acre Sale Forecast Next Year

1 Acre rate per kg Weight Amount
Fresh @Rs 1000 10-12 Ton 12 Million
Fresh @Rs 2000 10-12 Ton 24 Million
Dry @Rs 10,000 4000 KG 40 Million
Dry @Rs 15,000 4000 KG 60 Million

Grow G1 garlic in all cities of Pakistan

G1 Garlic has the potential to transform the farming community nationwide, as it can be grown successfully in various regions of the country, from Gilgit to Karachi. Farmers from cities such as Swabi, Mardan, Charsadda, and many more have reported bumper crops using this variety in recent years. Its cultivation spans a wide range of areas, including Islamabad, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, and Dera Ismail Khan.

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Unique Qualities of G1 Garlic

  •   Enhancing Taste and Health with G1 Garlic
  •   The Next Generation of Garlic Cultivation
  •   Taste and Health with G1 Garlic
  •   Boosting Immunity and Promoting Well-being
  •   Innovations in Garlic Farming Techniques

The financial impact of cultivating G1 Garlic is significant, with an estimated revenue generation of around Rs 10-15 million per acre. By implementing scientific cultivation techniques, farmers can further enhance their earnings. The cultivation period for G1 Garlic spans approximately seven months, starting from late September for sowing and concluding in late May when the yield is harvested. Compared to ordinary garlic, G1 Garlic requires an additional month of cultivation due to its larger size.

The rising demand for G1 Garlic stems from its notable medicinal benefits and widespread use in daily meals. As a result, its market appeal continues to grow

G1 Garlic thrives particularly well in areas with sandy soil, but it can be cultivated in almost any part of the country. It has been especially advantageous for farmers in the Southern districts of KP, where low agricultural production was previously hindered by water scarcity. Currently, the availability of G1 garlic in the market for end users is limited, as it is primarily being traded among farmers as seed. Consequently, the prices of G1 garlic have been rising due to the increasing demand among farmers.