Uniform, smooth dark green, straight, 8"L x 2" slightly tapered fruit. Highly productive, top quality performer. Pollinator added 12-15% by weight.
Created from a controlled method of pollination in which the pollen of two different species or varieties is crossed by human intervention. Typical F1 varieties are deliberately created to breed a desired trait. Gardeners who use hybrid plant varieties usually purchase new seed every year, however, over several years the seed could eventually be used for open pollination
Cucumbers grow nearly all female flowers. These cultivars produce higher yields of cucumbers than monoecious cultivars. Some of these cultivars have a ratio of about 70 percent female flowers to 30 percent male flowers. Some other cucumber cultivars have no male flowers, and they require pollination from cultivars that produce male flowers. Packets of all-female flower cultivars often contain dyed male seeds for their simple identification, or the male seeds are in a separate packet. Commercial growers often mix gynoecious cultivars with monoecious cultivars at a ratio of about 9 to 1.
VEGETABLE SEED AND PLANTING GUIDE
|Direct Seed (100 Ft.)||Distance Apart In Row After Thinning||Space Between Rows||Planting Depth|
* This is an estimated guide. Conditions may vary considerably due to location.
ESTIMATED DAYS TO MATURITY
APPROXIMATE SEED COUNT
- 1,000 per Oz.
- 16,100 per Lb.
DISEASE RESISTANCE OR TOLERANCE
Angular Leaf Spot
Cucumber Mosaic Virus
- Cabbage Family
- Marigold deters beetles
- Nasturtium deters aphids, beetles and bugs, improves growth and flavor
- Oregano deters pests in general
- Tansy deters ants, beetles, bugs, flying insects
- Sage is generally injurious to cucumber