Notes: - Data may exclude small-scale organic or backyard farms. - Data for states other than California is not reported by the United States Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service and is compiled from multiple estimates and sources. - Not all garlic is produced for direct consumption. For example, a vast percentage of Nevada's garlic crop consists of "seed" garlic, which is harvested and shipped to California, where the bulb is separated into smaller cloves (typically 8 per bulb) and replanted. These cloves grow and later produce mature garlic, which is then harvested for consumption.