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Originating from the Netherlands, the allium cepa "Stuttgart" onion is one of the most popular varieties of onion. These sets produce firm, semi-flat onions of a vibrant golden colour, with a delicious crisp, mild flavour. Their big round slices can be eaten raw, or cooked or sautéed into a wide range of dishes. The onions are slow to bolt and store very well.
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Preparation; Improve the soil condition with garden compost or well-rotted manure two weeks prior to planting; freshly manured soil can lead to rot.
Distance; Plant onion sets 5-10cm (2-4in) apart 2cm (1in) deep so the tip is showing, in rows 25-30cm (10-12in) apart.
Pest Control; Ensure good soil sterilization, rotational practices, and crop nutrition to reduce risk of pests.
Watering Requirements; Water regularly, particularly during dry spells.