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Product Number: 24803

Warrior Bunching Onion (60 days)

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A recent 2016 All American Selection award winner that is ready 60 days from direct seeding and just 30 days after transplanting into the garden. We observed that it was more robust and earlier than our others onions, growing quickly, and held up well as we continued picking them over time. Uniform, slender stems are perfect for harvesting at ½”.   400 seeds  

 

 

PLANTING:

Germination- 5-10 days

Indoors- 8-10 weeks before last frost with soil temperatures 60-75 degrees. Plant in flats 1/4” deep, 1/4” apart. Transplant seedlings out mid/late spring, 2-6” apart. Liquid fertilize seedlings every 7-10 days. Seedlings should be about a pencil thick in size at planting time.

Outdoors- Sow lightly, 1/4” deep early spring. Thin to 2-6” apart.

Harvest-Choosing the largest stalks first, when they are about a 1/2 inch thick and 8-12 inches tall.

Tips- Plant into fertile soil with lots of organic matter and adequate water,1” per week for optimum growth.

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BG
05/13/2018
Bonnie G.
United States

Onions

Loved the seeds

P
05/05/2018
Pam
zone 6b US

The scallions that keep on giving

These onions had a really nice germination rate. I read another review that talked about trimming the tops to use, and I've been doing that since they were about 1 month old. I trim them every other week or so and use them in wheat bread, brown rice, etc. Since hubby loves to eat the bulbs only (with a cold beer of course) it's wonderful to use those tops instead of him discarding them in the garden. I have both evergreen and warrior. Warrior is bigger. They've been wonderful and I plan to do this yearly. Just remember that onion seeds don't save well for second year use, so grow all you got. The cut greens easily last a week in fridge, or are frozen for later use.

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