“Cultivating the Homestead Community”
My onions… my poor, poor onions.
I had the prettiest crop of yellow and purple onions this year. I spent all summer fussing over them (well, as much as you can fuss over an onion) and counting down the days until I could harvest them. I decided this Saturday would be the day, but when I went outside to start, I was less-than-happy to discover that something had eaten 90% of them! And not just a nibble here or there, they are GONE. There are a few bits of skin laying around, and a couple half-eaten tops, but the rest are no where to be seen. Between my chicken massacres and now my onion disappearance, I have to say this has not been the best year for food production… I suppose this is a good time to be thankful to have the grocery store for back-up…
Any idea what type of critter eats onions? I’ve never had this happen before…
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