How to Seperate Select and Transplant Onion Seedlings

Join us today for a great Howto video on properly extracting your seedlings from a 4inch pot mass planting method. We also will go over selective choosing when it comes to thinning out the amount of onion plants. Lastly we will go over how to transplant your onions seedlings once they are plucked form the others. Hopefully tis way you will have giant onions too!
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20 comments

  • Nathos 1 month ago

    would it be possible to do onions in a balcony planter?not really in a good spot to be making a big outdoor garden ^^'

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  • Sandra deegan 1 month ago

    thanks!! first time planting onions from seeds and this will be very helpful!!

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  • Shirin Delsooz 1 month ago

    I followed this method and some of my onions flop to the side, like some of yours appear to in this video at 9:36, only one of my onions stand up right no matter how much I manipulate the soil. Is this something I should fix?

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  • Shirin Delsooz 1 month ago

    What is the name of the rock dust that you used? I wasn't able to catch it in the pronunciation. is it this Gaia Green Glacial Rock Dust?

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  • OOO OOO 1 month ago

    VIP onions…like that

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  • 6996katmom 1 month ago

    I saw where you and your wife planted onion seeds, but which one is the next one where you got all those plants into that 2 in pot?

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  • Madredante 1 month ago

    Thank you for sharing this. It helped me a lot. You should check out Allotment Diary: Weighing this year's giant onion. The guy grows crazy veggies. I think it has a lot to do with his soil mix. 😀

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  • SerJahPhoto 1 month ago

    Dude, thanks for the informative tutorials. You gave me an idea to do a 100% sustainable seed boxes. From birch bark. Besides them being biodegradable and the best fire starter, they are reusable, you don't have to cut, only unfold. Man, there's always a way if you use your brain in the right direction.

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  • Love Ritter 1 month ago

    Okay, you've convinced me I can do this. I planted my seeds today.

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  • Mir Ali Talpur 1 month ago

    Thanks it helped a lot

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  • Joel Myers 1 month ago

    Great video Luke. Your channel combined with smartgardener.com, I'm looking forward to an awesome season. Thanks

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  • CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY 1 month ago

    Very helpful, Luke, thanks for the tips!

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  • J&J Acres 1 month ago

    Love the comment about judgement. I am a big fan of the gut feeling of things. Great video Sir. 

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  • Wayne Meador 1 month ago

    Lookin' good Luke, I've never done anything like this…very helpful man.

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  • Tom Mayes 1 month ago

    Did you put these under lights before this step?

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  • Some Southern Stuff 1 month ago

    I guess garden centers are now going to be selling philips screwdrivers as planting tools.  LOL

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  • Afleet Alex 1 month ago

    Luke, I just purchased some giant onion seeds. Question: can I start them in a Jiffy seed starter pod, and then plant the rooted pod?

    Thanks for your help!

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  • PinkChucky15 1 month ago

    Very helpful video, your onions look great already 🙂

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  • OYR Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening 1 month ago

    Thanks for the how-to Luke! I'm looking forward to seeing some giant onions!

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  • Maria Busse 1 month ago

    This was so wonderful, Thank you.  Keep up the great work!  Please keep us updated.

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