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(F-1 Hybrid). (All America Winner - 2002). Distinctly tender, crisp, sweet, bitter-free and seedless fruit. Foliage is nonbitter, hence it is not as attractive to cucumber beetles as some varieties. This variety can set fruit without pollination. Plants naturally produce only female flowers which increase their overall yield of large, sweet and genetically non-bitter 6-8 in. fruits. Especially flavorful when harvested small. Disease resistant.

 

Vigorous vines produce a huge crop of the finest burpless cucumber around, when grown well. Harvesting fruits - often - while fruits are still young will provide a continuous supply all summer.

 

While cucumbers can be (and often are) allowed to sprawl on the ground, for longer, straighter fruit it is best to grow them with some sort of support ( cage, trellis or  along a fence ) spacing vines 6 - 12 inches apart.

 

Cucumbers are heavy feeders and require plenty of water (DO NOT WATER FROM OVERHEAD which promotes disease). Apply a well-balanced fertilizer at planting, and keep them well watered throughout the growing season for the best crop.

 

Tolerant of Scab, Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, and Angular Leaf Spot.

 

NO LONGER ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS FOR CUKES. ADDITIONAL PLANTS MAY BE AVAILABLE WHEN THE GREENHOUSE OPENS TO THE PUBLIC.


Sold in 3 -pack.

 

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CUCUMBER, Diva

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