Very resistant variety
The Onion Dorata di Parma is a long day variety, sown in spring, harvested in late summer; rounded bulb that can be kept until spring.
- Sowing and transplanting: at home or in seedbeds, transplanting the seedlings when they are 10-15 cm high.
- Short day variety: sowing in summer-autumn, transplanting in September-October, early spring-early summer harvest.
- Long day variety: planted in February March; in seedbeds in December-February, transplant in March-April,
harvest in summer. These are the varieties to be kept for consumption in autumn-winter
- Distances: between the rows 20-40 cm., On the row 15-20 cm.
- Growing onions in rows alongside parsley or celery helps keep the onion fly away.
Advice: when the leaves of the onions for winter consumption are yellowed, remove the bulb and let it dry on the ground in full sun for 5-7 days.
- Store in a dry and ventilated place. Very resistant species, needs little care and little water, intercropping is not indicated, renewal crop must not follow brassicaceae, patale and other liliaceae. The topping or twisting of the leaves at the base favors the drying of the bulbs.
Seed needed: in seedbed 3 gr. per square meter; at home 40-50 gr. for 100 sqm.
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