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The F1 Corrado Bow is a first-generation hybrid popular with buyers and farmers. The plant is universal: bulbs and herbs are used both fresh and added to soups, to winter preparations.
Origin of the variety
The Corrado onion was developed on the basis of the Dutch seed company Nickerson Zwaan B.V. In 2015 it was included in the State Register of Breeding Achievements of Russia. Approved for cultivation in the Central, East Siberian, Nizhnevolzhsky, North Caucasian and Far Eastern regions.
Description and characteristics of the Corrado onion
Onion sets Corrado F1 are high-yielding varieties. It is a hybrid that is resistant to many diseases and pests. It has a lot of advantages, so it is grown not only for personal purposes, but also for further implementation.
The Corrado bow has a powerful structure
The heads are aligned, rounded, and have two primordia. Average weight - 100-110 g. The leaves are dark green, glossy, it seems that they are covered with a waxy bloom. The feathers are well developed. The bulbous neck is of medium thickness, but sometimes thin.
The head color of Corrado onions ranges from yellow to golden brown, and may have a gray tint. According to consumer reviews, the taste is pleasant, with medium pungency.
Ripening time and yield
When grown in the Moscow region, the average yield of a turnip was 33.2 tons per hectare. The maximum indicator is 60.9 t / ha.
The yield of Corrado onions is influenced by the weather conditions of the region, the quality of the soil and the correct care.
The hybrid variety belongs to medium (mid-season) crops. The onion reaches technical ripeness 75-95 days after the first shoots appear.
Attention! The yield of the hybrid is about 6 kg from 1 m² of area.
Disease and pest resistance
The Corrado variety is a hybrid, therefore it is highly resistant to diseases and pests. Subject to the requirements for planting and agricultural technology, there are no problems with growing a healthy crop. Occasionally, novice gardeners complain that the tops of the Corrado variety grow dull. This means that the plant lacks nitrogen fertilizers. To fix the problem, you need to feed the onion with urea. Dissolve 20 g of the substance in 10 l of water and water the area.
Another problem that vegetable growers face is curling foliage. This symptom indicates a lack of potassium in the soil. To solve the problem, 10 g of potassium salt is diluted in a bucket of water.
Composition and properties
Corrado bulbs contain:
- sugar (fructose, maltose, sucrose) - from 9 to 13%;
- proteins - 1.5-2%;
- vitamin C;
- the flavonoid quercetin;
Green onion shoots are also beneficial for the body. They contain: ascorbic, malic acids, sugars, proteins, essential oil, pectins, glycosides.
The healing properties of onions have long been recognized by all the peoples of the world. The plant sap is a natural antibiotic. It is effective in treating bronchitis and other diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Onion juice can kill various types of microbes (streptococci, dysentery, diphtheria and tubercle bacilli).
Vitamin C, contained in heads and green shoots, is necessary for vitamin deficiency and reduced immunity
The leaves are used to improve skin color. Cutting the onion in half will help remove freckles. To do this, it is enough to wipe the problem areas of the skin once a day.
Onions burn fat well, so they are included in the diet.
Where is used
Corrado onions are used in cooking. It is added to food both fresh and fried, boiled, steamed. Vegetable salads are prepared with onions.
Fresh onions are added to canned mushrooms and sauerkraut
The crushed heads are fried, added to soups, borscht, gravies, sauces. Onions are added to minced meat for cutlets. Even pies are made with this ingredient. Salads, first and second courses are decorated with greens.
In addition to cooking, onions have found their use in medicine. The consumption of this vegetable promotes the secretion of digestive juices. Onions have a bactericidal, diuretic, sedative effect. With regular consumption of fresh onions, the excretory function of the kidneys is restored.
Attention! Baked onions are able to get rid of purulent abscesses. The smell of a fresh vegetable will protect you from colds.
Advantages and disadvantages
Hybrid variety Corrado has many advantages. But before you plant it, you need to study the shortcomings and evaluate the merits.
The main advantage of the Corrado variety is its resistance to crop diseases
- high productivity;
- suitable for growing greenery;
- long-term storage;
- rarely suffers from diseases and pests;
- can be transported over long distances.
- instability to cold snap, therefore, it is recommended to grow in the southern regions or in central Russia;
- with abundant watering or excessive rainfall, rotting of the bulbs is possible;
- the inability to obtain planting material from seeds collected from the site;
- high cost of sevka.
Planting methods for Corrado onions
A high yield can only be harvested from quality material. To get a turnip of Corrado onions in the Southern regions and the Middle lane in one season, you can use podwinter or early spring sowing, as well as seedlings.
In colder regions, the seed is first obtained from the seed. Only the next season is the turnip harvested.
Growing from seeds
Seeds are sown at the end of April in open ground (in regions with a warm climate). They are pre-soaked in warm water or in a growth stimulator for 1-2 days.
The most commonly used tape landing method. 20 cm between the ribbons. Planting depth - 1-2 cm. After the emergence of seedlings, the beds are thinned out, maintaining an interval of 2 cm between adjacent specimens. When the onion has three true leaves, the procedure is repeated. There should be a distance of 6 cm between adjacent plants.
If the seeds are planted before winter, then the best period is late October - early November. In this case, the seeding rate is increased threefold. Landings must be mulched with a thick layer of peat. This method is good because the seedlings appear much earlier, therefore, the bulbs ripen faster.
To get seedlings, Corrado seeds are sown in a container in a heated room in early March.
The seedlings are transferred to the open ground after 50-60 days. By this time, the seedlings should have 3-4 true leaves. The transplant is carried out on a cloudy day. A distance of 25 cm is maintained between rows, and 6-8 cm between adjacent shoots.
Planting seedlings in open ground
In open ground, Corrado sevoks are planted after the threat of frost has passed. Shallow furrows are formed on the bed. There should be at least 20 cm between them. The soil is thoroughly watered, wood ash mixed with sand is added.
The sevok is buried in the ground and sprinkled so that there is a layer of 2 cm on top.
When planted shallowly, the Corrado onion gives early shoots, but in this case it will not be possible to grow a large turnip
6-8 cm are left between adjacent bulbs. This distance is necessary for the full-fledged formation of a turnip. Some gardeners in small beds use a serpentine planting. In this case, the Corrado sevoks are placed more densely. This type of cultivation requires thinning. When shoots appear, every second onion is pulled from the garden along with the feather. This method allows you to collect greens and grow a large turnip.
Corrado onion care
The yield of the crop directly depends on proper care.
Corrado onion needs timely watering
Humidification frequency depends on weather conditions. Usually, one watering per week is enough for a crop. In severe drought and no rain, the beds are moistened 2-3 times.
Attention! Watering is stopped two weeks before the planned harvest.
The introduction of dressings allows you to increase the yield of the Corrado variety. The procedure is carried out three times per season. To grow greens, nitrogen compounds are needed. They are used two weeks after the first shoots of the Corrado onion appear. A month later, nitrophoska is suitable as a top dressing. During the formation of the bulbs, it is recommended to use superphosphate, ash.
Corrado onion is a hybrid that is used for growing on a turnip and on a feather. The variety is fruitful, resistant to major diseases and pests of the crop. The long shelf life allows the onion to be used throughout the winter.
Reviews of gardeners about onion Corrado
Vyacheslav Georgievich, 53 years old, Stavropol Territory
I grow Corrado onions in the country. Greens are for sale, and I harvest turnips for the winter. Onions of this variety practically do not get sick, they are not affected by pests. With timely watering and fertilization, it is possible to collect a good harvest. The main thing is to find a good supplier of sevka.
Albina Nikolaevna, 49 years old, Millerovo
Corrado planted a bow a few years ago. Crop care is standard and yields are high. I plant the seed with a thickened planting, and in the process of collecting the greens, I thin out. This method is pleasant because it is possible to get both a feather and a turnip from one garden bed.
Konstantin Nikolaevich, 38 years old, Taganrog
I am engaged in the cultivation of Corrado onions for sale. The variety is high-yielding, it is stored for a long time, so I consider it a profitable business. There is no end to buyers. I allocate a small area for greenery. She also sells well in the spring. I plant the rest of the beds under the turnip. Caring for Corrado onions is standard: watering, feeding, thinning.