Red onions are usually grown from early July to late Se […]
Red onions are usually grown from early July to late September, and the first harvest is started in October. It can be harvested continuously in autumn, winter and spring. Until May of the next year, the base of the sheath begins to swell, and the upper leaves gradually wither and enter. The red onion is in the dormant period in summer. At this time, the whole plant can be pulled up, dried and hanged in a ventilated place after drying, and then stored as an onion.