U.S. growers plant approximately 125,000 acres of onions each year, producing about 125 million 50# units. This includes organic production, but excludes bulb onions for dehydration.
A domestic supply of yellow, red, and white onions is available year-round ranging in size from less than one-inch in diameter to over 4.5 inches in diameter
Onions from the U.S. can be divided into two categories based on when they are harvested.
Spring/Summer Onion Traits
Note: Some domestic and all imported onions with these traits are offered other times of the year.
Fall/Winter Onion Traits
For U.S. onion production, consumption, history, nutrition, or health information go to All About Onions
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