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Old July 10, 2016   #68
Worth1
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Originally Posted by AlittleSalt View Post
Raybo, I thought I had replied to this. Sorry for keeping you waiting.

We like all of them the same. For some reason, our onions always grow to have a sweet taste to them. They're always juicy. I wish grocery store onions tasted like ours do.

However, if I had to pick one favorite - it would be the Texas 1015Y.

The next test is seeing which ones have the longest shelf life. If there is one variety that way outlasts the others - I'll be growing that one.
Salt you know how I love all things onion.

I need to find or order some onion seeds pronto.
I am going to grow big onions if I have to do it in my bedroom.

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