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Walla Walla - 50 plant bunch
Certified Organic Walla Walla Sweet Onion Transplants
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Price per 50 plant bunch

Price: $20.00
Seed Source: High Mowing Seeds
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50 Plant Bunch*:
1 bunch - $20.00
3 bunches - $40.00
5 bunches - $50.00

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Long Day onion. The famous Walla Walla onion is selected for increased uniformity and disease resistance. Nice as a "green top" onion ; not for storage. Light brown skin and very mild, sweet white flesh. Improved variety produces large round bulbs, upright tops and necks that dry down well. Large 6" bulbs. Days to maturity: 110 days

NOTE TO COMMERCIAL GROWERS: If this sweet onion variety is grown outside the production area of the Walla Walla Valley of Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon they cannot be marketed as Walla Walla Sweet Onions. For more information, please visit http://sweetonions.org/marketing-order.
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Sun Requirement: Onions require full sun - the more the better! Avoid growing onions next to crops that might shade your onions.
Soil Fertility: Onions prefer soil with a pH between 6.2 and 6.8. If your soil is too acid, add ground limestone; if it is too alkaline, add peat moss. Added compost or a balanced organic fertilizer is needed to grow big, mild onions if your soil fertility is low. For the best growth and yield, onions need fertilizer at planting time and additional side dressing. (See "Planting" and "Fertilizing" below.)
Planting: Onions grow best on raised beds or raised rows at least 4" high and 20" wide. Plant your onions 4 to 6 weeks before the last estimated spring freeze.

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