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Egyptian Walking Onions

Posted by goodt4me 9 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 6, 13 at 21:55

Do anyone have any ideas on what is happening to my Egyptian Walking Onions?

Last year I planted Egyptian Walking Onions. They were doing great, showed no signs of distress and all of a sudden just disappeared.

This year in Febuary I planted about 15 bulbs. They quickly sprouted. I just checked and now I only have 3 plants. They are in the middle row surrounded by 2 rows of another type of onion. The other type of onion is not having any problems in that area.

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Thanks Marymcp. All the other types of onions in that area are unaffected. But maybe the walking onions have a scent that predators like. I looked at them tonight and tops are turning a yellow brown while all the other onions are doing great. I guess I will have do some research and see what's going on.

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