Japanese Bunching Onion
A bulbless variety used only for bunching or for fresh spring onions. Stems are long, white, tender and have a fine onion flavor.
Approximately 8,000 seeds per oz. Planting: Sow seeds thinly in seed flats in February or March. Place seeds in a good soil substitute, like Berger BM-2. Germinate at 56F in strong natural or artificial light. After emergence. Trim top to 4” as needed as plants become established. Transplant outdoors in 6” spacings. Seeds may also be started out doors in late spring. Hint: Start your own onion sets by spacing
seeds 3/4” apart in a block format outdoors. Harvest and plant like onions bulbs. You will need 1 OZ of seed per 100’ row.
2 grams per packet
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