This French variety of sweet onions impresses its onlookers with its bright, mild flesh—No tears in the eyes, guaranteed! The round, slightly pear-shaped bulbs are very tasteful and healthy.
Sow directly into the field in March in rows 30 cm apart. Intercropping with carrots is a possibility. Just slightly cover seeds with soil and pack lightly. Keep weed free. Harvest in August and September. Store in a dry, cool place such as a root cellar. Sowing into seedling trays with 2–3 seeds per compartment and then transplanting at a distance of 30 ✕ 10 cm, gives a good crop of uniform onions. We recommend transplanting.
Sowing quantity 40 - 60 g/Are
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