Growing Shallots, also Eschalots

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11 Jul 09 Grahame (Australia - temperate climate)
Kay, They should grow but it may depend on where they come from. If they are imported then they may have been treated by who-knows-what. Also there is some speculation that supermarket vegies are treated to stop them from sprouting. Some say they definitely are, some say that is an urban myth. My theory is give it a go!
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