7 best varieties of yellow onions

Onions - a product without which it is difficult to imagine the daily cooking process. This vegetable can be bought in any store, but it is much more pleasant to grow it yourself. Our review presents 7 of the best varieties of yellow onions.

Onions - a frequent "guest" in our kitchen. We add it to salads, to the first and second courses, to blanks ... This dense, hearty, tear-causing vegetable firmly occupied its niche among popular country crops. Much has been written and said about the benefits of onions, but we will tell you about the advantages of its best varieties.

Bayram 1

This late-ripening (125-130 days) variety of yellow onions is ideal for those summer residents who are tired of fighting with onion diseases and pests. The fact is that the bulbs of this variety have a firm neck and a strong root system, and therefore it is resistant to fungal infections. Rounded yellow-brown bulbs are stored for a long time - up to 6-8 months. Harvest can be transported over long distances - he is not afraid of transportation.

 

UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

 
semi-sharp

 

180-200 

great

Bashar 1

The variety of yellow onions Bashar 1 is considered one of the most high-yielding - you can gather up to 12 kg of onions from a bed of 1 square meter! The bulbs of this mid-season (110-115 days) varieties can be stored for up to 7 months, which is, you see, very good. And of course, this bright, but such a "burning" handsome man is loved for the fact that he is not afraid of neck and bacterial rot, and also endures any bad weather.

 

UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

 

acute

 

 150-180 

great

Victoria Skierniewicka

Is yellow onion sweet? It turns out, yes. Yellow onion varieties Viktoriya Skernavitska really sweet taste, devoid of sharpness and zhguchisti. It is perfect for salads with fresh vegetables. The bulbs of this mid-season variety are small (only 55-75 g), but even and round.

 
UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

 

sweet

 

55-75 

the good

Delight

Delight is not only the name of the variety, but also the feeling that gardeners experience when harvesting this onion. The main value of the variety is that it is resistant to perinospora (downy mildew). In addition, this late-ripening (130-145 days) onions are not afraid of adverse growing conditions, and round straw yellow bulbs keep their freshness and juiciness until June.

 

UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

 
acute

 

120-150 

great

Farmer

This bow is suitable for those who do not like to wait long for the harvest. The farmer is an early ripe variety (about 90 days). Its round bulbs weigh on average 150-200 g, but under ideal growing conditions they can even reach 300-350 g. The variety is resistant to the main diseases of the crop, adverse weather conditions, and also pleases gardeners with long-term storage.

 

UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

 

acute

 

150-200 

great

Erica F1

This hybrid of yellow onions is chosen by those who want to get everything from the onion at once - both keeping quality and resistance to diseases. And indeed, Erica F1 can maintain its ideal appearance for up to 8 months, and cervical or bacterial rot is not afraid of him. Hybrid is one of medium late (115-120) varieties. Its round dark bronze bulbs will delight all lovers of spicy food.

 

UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

 

acute

 

130-180 

great

Exhibition (Exhibition)

Can you imagine that you will bite into the bulb, like an apple? And in a bulb weighing about 800 g? It is about the onion of the variety Exquishen. This amazing onion of medium maturity (about 130 days) is really very sweet to the taste due to the low content of essential oils. Straw yellow bulbs can be both spherical and oval, but they are always large and very strong, real heroes! But it will not be possible to store such a harvest for a long time - in 3 months the heads will begin to germinate.

 

UseTasteGrowing methodBulb weight (g)Recumbency

sweet

 

250-800 

average

Each of these varieties is undoubtedly good in its own way. The dignity of one of them is early ripening, the other is sweetness, the third is disease resistance, and the fourth is the size of the bulbs. Just decide which indicator is most important to you, and it will be easy for you to make the right choice.

Watch the video: Onions - What's the Difference? (July 2019).