1994 AAS Winner. The semi-dwarf plant produces heavy yields of 8 to 10″ long deep green cucumbers. They are crisp and very delicious with a mild taste. Excellent slicing cucumber for salads. Due to its compact vines, this hybrid variety can be planted at closer row spacing than standard cucumbers. It produces high-quality cucumbers over a more extended period than other types. One of the most disease resistant cucumber on the market. Excellent choice for home gardens and market growers. Disease Resistant: A, ALS, Ccu, CMV, DM, PM. Please call the store (740) 763-2873 for availability, prices, and sizes.
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Size Or Color When Ripe:
Depending on their use, harvest on the basis of size. Cucumbers should not be allowed to reach the yellowish stage as they become bitter with size. Harvest by cutting the stem 1/4 inch above the fruit. Don’t trample the vines any more than necessary to harvest the crop.
Frequent picking of cucumbers is essential as they grow and reach optimum quality. Delayed harvest results in reduced quality products and less productive plants because fruiting is an exhaustive process for the plant.
Days Until Maturity: