Ashley, Cucumber Seeds

Vegetables

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Ashley, Cucumber Seeds

Vegetables

The Ashley cucumber is great for hot Southern weather and has great downy mildew resistance! This variety was released by Clemson Agricultural in 1956 and produces very productive vines that produce 8", dark green cucumbers. Ashley is known to be a very good slicing variety!
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Product Details

Botanical Name

Cucumis sativus

Seed Type

Seed

Additional Characteristics

Greenhouse Production,Heat Tolerant Vegetables

Seeds Per Gram

36

Seeds Per Pound

16000

Row Spacing

6'

Packet

30 seeds

Sow Depth

1/2"

Disease Resistance

Downey Mildew,Powdery Mildew,Angular Leaf Spot

Seeds Per Ounce

1000

Fruit Color

Green

Breed

Heirloom,Open-pollinated

Sun

Full

Types

SLICER CUCUMBERS

Growing Conditions

Trellis,Greenhouse

Life Cycle

Annual

Sow Method

Direct Sow

Plant Spacing

12"

Categories

Cucumber

Zones

3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Germination

3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Days To Maturity (# Days)

66-75

Weight

0.008

Depth

0.15

Height

4.5

Width

3.25

Components

Growing Instructions

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