Onion Early Yellow Imai Senshu- Asian Vegetable
Senshu Yellow matures 10-15 days earlier. A medium day length over-wintering variety, it does best in Zones 5 and 6. Maturing to over 1/2 a pound, the large, yellow skinned, thick, flat globe bulbs are crisp and mild. Bulb begins to flatten at 13 hour day length. Maturity: Approx. 150 days
Culture: Intermediate-day varieties work best in Zones 5 & 6. Prepare fertile, well-drained soil. Sow seeds in early fall and transplant seedlings in January. Keep soil moist and well weeded. Fertilize as needed. Harvest when skins develop and tops have fallen over. Allow the onions to dry in the open air for at least a week. Cut off tops and roots. Air dry 2-3 more days. This will help to seal the onion and avoid spoiling. Onions can be harvested at any stage before full maturity..
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