Burpless Bush Slicer, (F1) Cucumber Seeds

Slicing Cucumbers

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Burpless Bush Slicer, (F1) Cucumber Seeds

Slicing Cucumbers

The compact Burpless Bush Slicer cucumber plant yields beautiful cucumbers that are perfect for slicing. This wonderful burpless bush cucumber variety is a smooth skin slicer that produces straight 10" x 1.5" cucumbers with dark green skin. These cucumbers have a small seed cavity and very smooth skin. The Burpless Bush Slicer is a favorite for being an excellent cucumber for slicing and eating fresh!
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Product Details

Botanical Name

Cucumis sativus

Seed Type

Seed

Additional Characteristics

Container Vegetables,Home Garden,Juicing Vegetables,Square Foot Garden

Seeds Per Gram

27

Seeds Per Pound

12000

Row Spacing

6'

Packet

30 seeds

Sow Depth

1/2"

Disease Resistance

Cucumber Mosaic Virus,Powdery Mildew,Scab

Seeds Per Ounce

750

Fruit Color

Green

Breed

F1 Hybrid

Sun

Full

Types

SLICER CUCUMBERS,BURPLESS CUCUMBERS

Growing Conditions

Container

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)

53-58

Weight

0.008

Depth

0.15

Height

4.5

Width

3.25

Components

Growing Instructions

Learning Download: How to Grow Cucumbers

Cucumbers can be grown for fresh eating, pickling and more. They range in flavor, colors, shapes and sizes. Cucumbers can grow in circles, elongated spheres and more.

Before Planting: Requires warm, well-drained soil high in fertility, with a pH of 7.0 for best results. Consistent moisture is needed to produce an high yields of good size cucumbers. Cucumbers do not tolerate cold so sow after any possibility of frost has passed. Make sure both soil and air temperatures have warmed prior to planting.

Planting: For direct seeding, wait until soil is warm, at least 70°F. Cucumber seeds will not germinate at a soil temperature below 50°F. Sow 2-3 seeds/ft., 1/2″ deep, in rows 6′ apart. Thin to 12″ apart. For transplanting, sow indoors in at 1-2 seeds per cell, 3-4 weeks before transplanting. Thin to 1 seedling per cell when true leaves form. Keep temperature above 70°F day and 60°F at night. Transplant 12″ apart in rows 5-6′ apart. Do not disturb roots when transplanting. Peat pots work best to reduce stunting and transplant shock.

Watering: Water 1 inch per week. Water consistently, because inconsistent watering can create misshapen cucumbers.

Fertilizer: When planting, mix compost with a little bit of organic fertilizer. During growth, use liquid fertilizer and apply directly to the soil near the stem. Granular fertilizer also can be used, but work it into the soil around the
plant. Feed with fertilizer regularly.

Days to Maturity: Once fruit bears, pick cucumbers often. They can double in size quickly. (See each variety for days to maturity)

Harvesting: Once fruit bearing begins, pick daily to ensure steady harvest

Tips: To maximize the amount of cucumbers and decrease leaves, use a trellis or tomato cage to grow the cucumbers.

AVG. Direct Seeding Rate: 30 seeds/15′, 100 seeds/50′, 250 seeds/125′, 500 seeds/250′, 1,000 seeds/500′, 15M/acre at 2 seeds/ft. in rows 6′ apart.

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