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27 Oct 10 sharon (Australia - temperate climate)
I live in the Adelaide hills and i have my onions in since May this year they are starting to get flowers on the top and some bulbs are under the ground as i hilled them a couple of time not knowing thay should be on top of the ground. should i take some dirt away as they have very thick stems and bend the tops over to stop them from going to seed or just pull them up.???
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