impressive! I've just pulled my Green Mountain F1 final plants (planted from seed from my growout of original GM seed from Kelly). These were the survivor bulbs after hanging for 6 months in the car port, replanted in a mass. -topsets, bunchers, single bulbs, flowerers, browns, whites and rejects. You should get massive diversity from your seeding. Objective? Or curiosity research? T
Looks like you should have quite a crop. Unfortunately I only have room for three flats at a time in the kitchen windows but thinking of setting up one of my cold frames on the front patio to see how that works.
Do you use heat mats under your flats or is that necessary for onions? I tried to answer that question with TGS last year but the experiment failed.
Last year was the first time in a long time I sprouted anything inside. I do most everything direct or in cold frames but for alliums, TPS and TSPS I thought a little closer control and observation was called for. Thanks for the advice. In future I'll be doing mostly direct outside for onions now that I know it works.
Nothing ruins a neighborhood like paved roads and water lines.
I (finally) got my yellow storage onions transplanted this afternoon. Spring has been slow coming, and we've had copious amounts of rain. I put in a 35 foot bed with three rows per bed at my uncle's house. I'll put in a few at the house for fresh use. The Amuri reds and the leeks (from Richard and Ferdzy) will also go in at the house so I can take better care of them.