CUCUMBERS
PLANTING; After all danger of frost is past and soil has warmed up to 65F, till soil. Enrich soil with compost or fertilizer. Place seeds at a depth of 1/2-1″ deep, 6-12″ apart. After emerge, thin to 18-24″ spacing saving the most healthy plants. Control weeds and insects like the cucumber beetle, which can spread bacteria wilt. Cucumbers may also be started in a greenhouse and transplanted.

HARVEST; For pickling type, pick at 2-4″ long stage. For slicers, 6-8″ long while texture is still firm and seeds are small. Pick every 2-3 days to encourage more fruit set. Use fresh or can for later use. You will need 1/2 oz per 100′ row. For an acre, you need 3 lbs of seed or if transplanted, you will need 6,000 plants. PKT size; F1 or hybrids 25 seeds or 1/128 oz. Rest 150 seeds or 1/8 oz

Burpless 26 F1

60 days. Hybrid, burpless slicer.

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Homemade Pickles

55 days. Pickler.

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Marketmore 76
Marketmore 76

72 days. Slicer.

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PICK A BUSHEL F1

This Regional AAS Winner is great for northern areas because it is early to set fruit, offers a prolific quantity of fruit and is a compact bush-type cucumber spreading only about 24 inches. Pick a Bushel offers a sweeter tasting light-green cucumber with a nice firm texture, perfect for pickling when harvested early. Fruits left on the bush-type vines longer can get up to 6” long and can be enjoyed fresh in salads.

For those gardeners looking for a cucumber that can be grown in patio containers, Pick a Bushel is a great option.

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Straight Eight
Straight Eight

60 days. Slicer.

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