Onion Piatta di Giugno




Allium cepa

An old variety that originates from Italy, the fruit is flat and weighs up to 300gr. Variety has a slight bitterness and high sugar content. It is often used for pickling or grilling – frying and as such is consumed because after heat treatment, the percentage of sugar increases, it is also used as a salad onion, it is not stored for a long time. Variety of short vegetation (70-80 days) and short day.

240-360 seeds per gram. Germinates 5-30°C. Sow March-April for a Spring crop, overwintering type July-August, pickling type mid-February-March. Seed rate 15-20kg per hectare, at a population of 65-70 per meter row length.
Bulbing onions: A popular crop – long storage lives make for good continuity of supply. Also popular for plant sales and competition growing. Germinates between 5 and 30°C, sowing date mid-February-March. Requires fertile soil in a well-drained location in the garden. Shallots are very close to garlic and are very easy to grow. Plants can grow 8 to 12″ tall.

Requires fertile soil in a well-drained location in the garden. Keep seedlings and transplants consistently moist, but not waterlogged. Keep free from weeds.


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0.5gr / 100+ seeds


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