Red River Onion Plants

(1 customer review)

$14.45

  • 50-75 Red River Onion Plants per bunch
  • Dark Red, Globe Shape, Sweet, Hybrid
  • Size Potential: 3-4″
  • Storage Potential: 3-5 months
  • Days to Harvest: 95

 

Red, Sweet, Hybrid

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Availability: Out of Season

Description

Red River onion are a highly adaptable onion variety that can be planted in both intermediate day and long day regions since it is considered a long “intermediate day” or a short “long day.” For customers that remember our very popular variety called Mars, this is the red onion variety that we feel comes closest to that maturity slot, flavor, and size. Red River onion plants boasts a strong root system and a nice dark, red color. High yield potential and good storage potential. Resistant to pink root, fusarium, and bolting.

Free Shipping on all orders! Exclusions apply to AK and HI orders over ten bunches; add $2.00 per bunch over ten bunches or $40 per case for shipping/handling.

PRICING EXAMPLE: 1 bunch Copra + 1 bunch Sterling = 2 bunches for a total of $21.90. After 30 bunches, the pricing starts over. A 45 bunch order will be priced as a 30 bunch order plus a 15 bunch order ($105.00 + $75.00 = $180.00). *Alaska and Hawaii orders over 10 bunches, add $2.00 per bunch for shipping/handling.

Onion plant case lot discounts apply to single variety cases only (no mixing of varieties in the same box). Cases are field packed with the variety marked on the outside of the box. Multiple cases will be strapped together for shipment. For case lot orders, please include your UPS/FedEx shipping address. No PO Box deliveries, please. *Alaska and Hawaii customers: add $40 per case for additional shipping/handling. If you have any questions about your order, please call us at (830) 876-2430 or email us at customerservice@dixondalefarms.com.

1 review for Red River Onion Plants

  1. greentogold77 (verified owner)

    I really miss Mars. Red River works though. I just dug up some of those well-rooted roots before this latest Arctic Blast hit and brought them into the greenhouse to use for green onions. They and some other onions that missed getting pulled up before winter survived chickens and cattle, and were beginning to leaf out. I find the Red River variety to be a sweeter red onion than many others, though it seems to have a thick neck at harvest time. I am ordering more this year because they did keep in storage with no signs of growth and I am eating the last one this week. I had to really dig to uproot the survivors in the field, but they’ll grow nicely for some quick greens in the greenhouse, I am sure!

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