You can start onions from seeds but easiest and quickest way is to use a little plants known as sets which are simply half grown onions and they can be planted without worry of frost damage. Best soil for onions is well-drained, loose, rich in nitrogen and with full sun, with pH between 6.0 and 6.8 and good weed control. Digging over and add aged manure in the fall before planting to prepare the soil. Poke a holes into the ground in spring, 1 inch deep, with 5 inches between and in rows 15 inches apart, plant the sets and cover them with soil to the neck. If you want sweeter onions, water more then one inch of water every week. When onions starts to yellow it's time for harvest.
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