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22 Feb 21 Brett (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
If I was to plant brown onions, once harvested, how long will they last when they are stored in the pantry?
05 Mar 21 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Brown onions keep better than white onions. Let them harden off a bit after picking and keep in a cool aeriated area. Don't pack them tight - like in a bag.
26 Feb 21 Greg J (Australia - temperate climate)
Geelong Australia. I pulled up a couple of beds of brown onions in November. They've been hanging in the back shed since then, no problems at all. They're still as good as when I pulled them up, and we've been using them slowly. I think they will easily last 6 months or more.]
25 Feb 21 Brad (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Depends on the variety of brown onion mate, the more pungent ones will store longer but they are more suitable to cooler areas. I'm sub-tropical too i'm from brisbane and I do a variety call "Texas early granno" I pulled about 70 to 80 out last year and none went bad. The trick is to harvest them when you need them. Green Harvest is a great site where I get most of my seeds from they are situated in south-east Qld and they have a lot of info of different varieties and the climates they are best suited for. Hope that helped Brett. -Brad

If I was to plant brown onions, once harvested, how long will they last when they are stored in the pantry?

- Brett

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