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Hi there. This is a really silly question, but my onion and spring onion seedlings seem to have stopped growing. I have re potted them from a seed tray into bigger pots in the hope that this spurs them on. Has anyone else had this? Thank Amy I
do you expose all of the onions in late summer ?or just the soil around the tops..and how long do you leave the onions there before you dig them up...
After a good few years of vegetable growing I would go so far as to say that I know a thing or two about onions and their cultivation. For instance I know that onions are prone to a nasty fungal disease called 'white rot' and I know exactly what
I am planning to grow some Ailsa Craig onions in a raised bed and wondered what the minimum depth of the raised bed should be for growing onions.
Would someone please tell me how to grow onions. I have planted sets in greenhouse and outside but only have greenery, some roots have come on bulbs but they not not swell at all. I use lots of onions for making soup. Jak, they should be outside
, as I dont have enough room in my present bed of legumes to grow enough onions?
Has anyone tried growing the japanese walking onion. I was reading about it the other day and was wondering how easy it was to grow - and how much space is required. Anyone with hands on experience out there? I don't understand that why
Hi Guys, Just wondered whether any of you have grown 'Egyptian Onions'. Just because I thought I'd grow them this year for a change. So I would like some advice on how to grow them. Kind Regards, Lalat What do you mean by Egyptian Onions? Do you
Stringing onions is a great way of storing gluts, as you can keep a large number of bulbs in a small space. Hang them in a cool, dry, frost-free place - such as a shed - until you need to bring them into the kitchen. If you have room, grow more
onion that is very easy to grow. They will also tolerate heat and poor soil. They are disease and pest resistant. Plant Egyptian onions anytime from early spring until snow falls in the fall or winter. The green shoots that grow in the spring can be used