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Post  has55 11/7/2019, 4:36 pm

in a area that don't get snow, but hard cold days , about 34 degrees, and usually lasting 24-48 hrs, do you cover the onion plants?
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Post  has55 11/13/2019, 3:06 am

we hit 21 degrees  last night. I covered the onions. is anyone out there with weather like Dallas, TX can share what they do for growing onions in the fall into the winter?
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Post  yolos 11/13/2019, 2:20 pm

has55 wrote:we hit 21 degrees  last night. I covered the onions. is anyone out there with weather like Dallas, TX can share what they do for growing onions in the fall into the winter?
We have similar weather to Dallas in the winter.  I also have covered my onions when it gets below 25 degrees.  I have heard that the low temperatures can injure the leaves but they will come back.  But my theory is that we need all the leaves to successfully grow the onions.  So I don't really know but I always err on the side of covering something rather than leaving them exposed t o the elements.
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Post  has55 11/16/2019, 11:50 am

yolos wrote: But my theory is that we need all the leaves to successfully grow the onions.  So I don't really know but I always err on the side of covering something rather than leaving them exposed t o the elements.
Thank you Yolos. I covered them. I was just wondering what others were doing in similar climate. Thank you again.
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