This world famous onion is one of the largest, sweetest and juiciest you’ll ever grow! Plant 1.5-2” apart for high yields or 3-4” for bigger bulbs. Interplant with herbs, tomatoes, strawberries, beets, cabbage, carrots and lettuce for better production. Rotate where you plant your onions each year to reduce disease. Side dress with 1-2” layer of compost after plants are 6-7 weeks old. Provide rich well-draining soil and water regularly. For large 4-6” bulbs, harvest when necks become soft and tops are falling over. Pull and sun cure for 2-7 days, then move to a protected area to finishing drying. When dry, clip off roots and tops, store in refrigerator or a cool dry location out of direct sunlight.