Organic Onion Seeds – Open Pollinated

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✅ 200+ Number Of seeds
✅ This Product Collect With Local Farmer Durg Bhilai
✅ The seeds should be sorted away from moisture & sunlight to restore its qualitye
✅ Easy to grow
✅ Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated, and Non-GMO. 80-95% Germination.

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₹50.00

Organic Onion Seeds – Open Pollinated

(6 customer reviews)
Price

₹50.00

📦 Sold & Fulfilled By neareshop.com - ✓ Brand Authorized ✓ Easy Return

Free & Fast Delivery Average time: 1 Days for Durg-Bhilai . Free shipping on orders above ₹1500.  ✓ Free Delivery Check Pin Code During Checkout.

🛡️ Genuine Products All our products are far from expiry, and procured directly from the brand or authorized importers of the brand.

About Products

✅ 200+ Number Of seeds
✅ This Product Collect With Local Farmer Durg Bhilai
✅ The seeds should be sorted away from moisture & sunlight to restore its qualitye
✅ Easy to grow
✅ Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated, and Non-GMO. 80-95% Germination.

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Product Details

Onions are a cold-season crop which is relatively simple to cultivate due to their toughness and tinge. The crop is grown, and utilized all over all over the world. Onions are available in a variety of shapes, sizes colors, flavors, and shapes. Yellow, red and white onions comprise among the most popular varieties. They come in a variety of tastes including delicious and sweet to sharp, spicy and savory. In most cases it is based on the way the plants are grown as well as how they’re eaten.

They are generally served as fried in a variety of ways, whether as a vegetable or as a part of an savoury dish that is prepared, however, they can also be eaten raw , or used to make chutneys or pickles. The oil from onion seeds accounts for 38% of oil, and is the reason for the flavor that it imparts. The seeds are utilized in cooking to add flavor. To enhance the flavor that the seeds provide, they need to be cooked. When you cut into an onion, a portion of the cells in the onion break and open. Then, certain chemicals react. If a chemical floating in the air and gets in contact with the skin it can cause a painful sting.

Benefits/Uses of Onion

  • Onions are rich in Vitamin C. As an antioxidant, vitamin C assists in the prevention of the growth of free radicals that have been connected to cancer.
  • Quercetin is a chemical that is found in onion skins is connected to a reduction of blood pressure.
  • Onions are rich in thiosulfinates. They are blood thinners naturally found in nature which help to prevent strokes and heart attacks.
  • The digestive benefits of onions are due to inulin the type of fiber that is found inside the vegetable. Inulin is a food source for beneficial bacteria that reside in the intestinal tract. Consuming this fiber will help the body maintain a healthy level of bacteria.
  • Onions have been found to be beneficial with the management of joint pain.
  • Furthermore, onions contain antibacterial properties.
  • Onions also possess antibacterial properties which help in healing wounds.
  • Onions are rich in selenium, an element that can boost the immune system.
  • Onions are typically utilized to treat ear infections.
  • The anti-inflammatory properties of onions could help in the treatment of respiratory illnesses.
  • In onions, sulfur helps to keep the eye’s lens’s health.

Specifications for the onion seed

Common Name Onion
Sunlight Full sun requires at least 13-16 hours of sunlight daily for bulb development
Water The soil requires plenty of water, however the soil shouldn’t get too wet.
Temperature 55deg to 75degF
Soil 6.2 and 6.8
Fertilizer A nitrogen-based fertilizer
Germination About eight days.
Harvest Season 100-120 days following the planting
No. of seeds 200+

 

Planting and Care for Onion

Sowing Onion Seeds

  • The temperature is an important factor in the germination process of onion seeds.
  • Although germination typically lasts 7-10 days, the temperature of the soil can affect the process.
  • In the case of an example, if temperatures in the soil are colder onions seeds will develop more slowly, taking as long as two weeks.
  • On the other hand warm temperatures in the soil will trigger the germination of onion seeds within as short as four days.
  • Drill three to four 1/2-inch drainage holes into at the top of bag and add three inches of potting soil.
  • Spread the seeds of onions in a uniform manner over the dirt, ranging from 1/4” and 1/2 spaced.
  • The seeds should be covered with a small amount of potting soil , then thoroughly soak them in.
  • After you have planted the seeds, put the grow bags in a shaded, protected part of the garden terrace.
  • When the temperature and the day length are in the right range the onion seeds that are in those plant bags will begin to grow.
  • Then you need to begin monitoring the humidity levels inside the bag for your seeds and giving your seedlings water as required.

Growing Onion

  • Choose an area that is sunny in your garden terrace.
  • If the garden you have is shaded pick plants with short days to encourage the growth of bulbs.
  • Onions thrive in well-draining, medium-rich soil. To improve drainage, amend the soil by adding organic material (e.g. compost) or pot soil.
  • Include a gentle, healthy slow-release fertilizer into the soil, like this all-purpose organic mix.
  • Furthermore, it’s an excellent idea for the soil to be infected with mycorrhizae either directly or with a mycorrhizae remedy following transplantation.
  • Mycorrhizae, beneficial and beneficial species of fungi which aid in the absorption and production of nutrients from all plants. But, onions are especially dependent on mycorrhizal roots to absorb the phosphorus needed for development.
  • Because of the onions’ roots being shallow due to their shallow root systems, it is vital to ensure they are well-watered. Inconsistently watering results in smaller onions bulbs.
  • Mulching the onions by covering them with mulch is an excellent method to prevent it from drying.
  • Standing water or soil that is wet can significantly increase the chance of rotting onions.
  • When onions are larger than the size of pencils or start to form bulbs and shape bulbs, they are ready for harvest.

Harvesting Onion

  • After the onion bulbs are been formed, you can pick them at any time you’d like to use them.
  • If the main stalk is thin and small, and begins to roll over the top, the onion is maturing and is ready for harvest.
  • In addition, the greens start to change from green to brown or yellow, especially near the edges.
  • The plants should be pulled up when it is time however, leave them on the ground for a few days to dry. Onions can be bruised and should be harvested with caution. Avoid puncturing flesh or skin accidentally – they could deteriorate over time when they are damaged.

Take care when growing onions

  • Fertilize each week with Azospirillum Biofertilizer that fixes nitrogen to ensure you have large bulbs. Once the onions have driven the soil away and the process of bulbing is in progress and the bulbs are beginning to grow, stop fertilizing the onions. Make sure not to reintroduce soil that was pushed away from the onions. The bulb should be over the soil’s surface.
  • Onion plants, generally don’t require regular watering when mulched. Each week, approximately 1 quarter inch (including rainwater) is enough. Only if you want sweeter onions, do you need to include more water.
  • Additionally with less water onions are more attractive. They are hydrated regularly, even during times of drought.

Common problems that affect onion plants and their solutions

Tiny Thrips can be described as insect:

Use a dark-colored piece paper and place it in your garden to mark the plants. You can then hit it with the onion’s top.

If you have thrips on your onion plant their tiny, tan-colored bodies are visible on dark-colored paper. A few mild insecticidal soaps may suffice to eradicate the thrips. You can also stop them with bio-based insecticides.

Maggots on Onions:

A fine mesh netting must be used to protect the entire onion crop that is emerging in the ground. The soil should be mounded around the perimeter of the net to close it. The onion maggot will lay eggs in large numbers near the bottom of the onion plant. This is why nets will prevent this. For a solution, bio pest control for sucking pests is an option.

Be sure to keep the mulch clear of insects because they love the rotting organic matter. As the year draws to a close, pick your onions in abundance.

No. of Onion Seeds 200+

6 reviews for Organic Onion Seeds – Open Pollinated

  1. deepesh (verified owner)

    Superb quality.

  2. Prerna rajwade (verified owner)

    The product is very good.

  3. amisha (verified owner)

    thanks.

  4. Malyaz (verified owner)

    good.

  5. Geetika (verified owner)

    Good price.

  6. Anju (verified owner)

    Very useful,

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