Onion production comparisons of dehydrator and market types for the West Side
Burton J. Hoyle, West Side Field Station
Lyndon C. Brown, Kings County
M. Yamagouchi, University of California
California Agriculture 26(10):6-7. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v026n10p6.
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There has been considerable increase in the commercial production of onions on the West Side. In this study, both dehydrator and market onions were evaluated for variety differences, optimum planting times, bulb size, pungency, and length of harvest season at the West Side Field Station near Five Points in 1971.
Burton J. Hoyle is Vegetable Specialist, West Side Field Station, Five Points, California; Lyndon C. Brown is Farm Advisor, Kings County; Masatoshi Yamagouchi is Lecturer, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis.
This summary was taken from the report, Dry Onion Quality and Planting Date, Dehydration, and Market Types, for the Western San Joaquin Valley (40 pp.) by the same authors. The complete report is available from the West Side Field Station, from the Kings County Extension Office, and from the Department of Vegetable Crops, U.C., Davis.