Copra Hybrid Onion

Copra Hybrid Onion

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5.0 (5 reviews)
Copra is the leader of the pack when it comes to high quality and long-term storage. The round bulbs are very uniform and medium size with dark yellow skin and thin necks that dry quickly. The ivory flesh has high sugar content and moderate pungency. Onions stay rock hard for up to a year in storage and are just as flavorful in spring as they were when harvested. Fusarium tolerant. A long-day type especially suited for the North.
250 seeds
1/4 Ounce
1/2 Ounce
15' seed tape

Product Details

: 70
: Spring
: 0.25
: Fertile, well-drained, loose
: 6-6-6
: 3 - Normal
: Bulb
: 50-75 plants per bunch

Physical Details

: Green
: White
: 10 to 21
: 107
: 4
: Yes
: Yes
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes
: Yes

Scientific Details

: Allium
: cepa
: var.cepa
: Copra
Product Reviews
5.0 (5 reviews)
  • By michelle p
    From Iron Mountain, MI
    Love this onion! Have always had success starting from seed (just make sure to buy fresh seed every year or you may notice less germination). I have had this onion keep until the following years harvest is ready. Perfect size for adding to a meal and great keepers!!!
  • By Kenneth D
    From Viroqua, WI
    I've had really good success with these - easy to grow - sow directly in the garden - they store really well too.
  • By richard s
    From Shelton, CT
    I have grown these 2 years in a row. Nothing is easier to grow than onions. Bugs don't like them. If you have good soil, keep them well watered, keep the weeds away, harvest, cure and store them properly, Copra onions will last into the next spring. The long storage properties are the reason I grow them.
  • By Sherry W
    From Meridian, ID
    Planted the seeds directly in the garden, almost all sprouted. Produced nice sized onions by the time we harvested in the Fall. I'm still using the onions and it's almost February. We'll plant this variety again this year - 2014