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Red Creole Onion 100g (Pop Vriend)

7,000.00

Red Creole Onion is a common onion variety for the tropics that produces a lot of output. It has a fruit that is quite hard, and spicy and has exceptional preservation capacity.

Open-pollinated short-day seeds make up onions. It was created by Pop Vriend, a global seed producer with headquarters in the Netherlands.

Product Features:

  • Sweet and mild flavor
  • Crisp and juicy texture
  • A good source of vitamins and minerals
  • Perfect for salads, sandwiches, and cooking
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Red Creole onions are known for their sweetness and mild flavor. They are also a good source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and dietary fiber. An extremely productive standard onion variety for the tropics is the red creole onion. It has a fruit that is quite hard, and spicy and has exceptional preservation capacity.

Open-pollinated short-day seeds make up onions. It was created by Pop Vriend, a global seed producer with headquarters in the Netherlands.

Red Creole Onion Characteristics

  • Take your taste buds on a trip to the tropics with our Red Creole onions.
  • These onions are so sweet, you’ll think they’re candy.
  • Add a touch of sweetness to your favorite dishes.
  • Make your salads, sandwiches, and cooking pop with flavor.

Advantages of onions
Anthocyanins, potent plant pigments found in abundance in red onions, may offer protection against heart disease symptoms like high blood pressure and raised triglyceride levels.
Additionally, it is used to treat various skin issues and prevent cancer.
lessen asthmatics’ constriction in the lungs.
Scarring is most frequently treated with onions.
It also lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
Despite being high in minerals like vitamin C, B vitamins, and potassium, onions are low in calories.

Cultivating onion seeds
To expedite the procedure before planting onion seeds, grow your seedlings indoors first: elevated beds or elevated rows that are at least 4 inches high are ideal for growing onions.
About six weeks before you intend to transplant them into the garden, start them indoors.
Choose a position that receives full sun since larger bulbs can grow there because they can absorb more energy from the sun.
Before you plant each row, add about an inch of compost to the bottom of it during planting time.
To grow large bulbs, fertilize with nitrogen every several weeks. Once the onion pushes the dirt away and the bulbing process has begun, stop fertilizing.

Mulch with a thin layer of straw measuring 12 inches thick once the bulbs have begun to grow.
The bulbs of any onions that sprout flower stalks have ceased growing, so remove them. Although these onions won’t keep well, they can be utilized in recipes right away.
Note: Red Creole Onion Seed Planting Guide (Pop Vriend)
Planting spaces should be 5 to 10 cm apart inside a row.

There should be 30 to 45 cm between rows when planting.
The recommended planting depth is 2.5 cm.
The ideal pH range is from 6.0 to 6.8.
Friable loam soil with good drainage is desirable.
Rotating crops is essential.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Red Creole Onions

What are Red Creole Onions?

Red Creole onions are a sweet and mild variety of onion known for their excellent storage capabilities. They are a good source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and dietary fiber.

What are the benefits of Red Creole Onions?

  • Sweet and mild flavor: Perfect for those who find regular onions too strong.
  • Rich in nutrients: A good source of vitamin C, potassium, and dietary fiber.
  • Excellent storage: Stores well for several months after harvest.

How do I grow Red Creole Onions from seed?

  • Start indoors: Sow seeds indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outdoors.
  • Full sun: Choose a location with full sun exposure for optimal growth.
  • Spacing: Plant seeds 5-10 cm apart within rows, with 30-45 cm between rows.
  • Planting depth: Plant seeds 2.5 cm deep.
  • Soil: Plant in well-draining, friable loam soil with a pH of 6.0-6.8.
  • Fertilize: Use nitrogen fertilizer every few weeks during the growing season. Stop fertilizing once bulbing begins.
  • Mulch: Apply a thin layer of straw mulch around the plants once bulbs start forming.
  • Harvest: Harvest onions when the tops fall over and the bulbs feel firm.

How long do Red Creole Onions store?

Red Creole onions can be stored for several months under proper conditions (cool, dry, well-ventilated area).

Are there any other benefits to Red Creole Onions besides their taste?

Studies suggest red onions, like Red Creole, may offer health benefits such as:

  • Reduced risk of heart disease
  • Improved blood sugar control
  • Reduced asthma symptoms
  • Certain cancer prevention properties

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