Market More Cucumber
Cucumber was already grown more than 3000 years ago, in Egypt and India. The Marketmore variety is very popular. It has a thin skin and its flesh is delicious. It can be grown either in the soil or in a pot. It gives high yields, especially if pollinating insects are abundant.
Package: 25 seeds
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Latin name : Cucumis sativus
Common names : Marketmore cucumber, cucumbers
French : Concombre des champs
Family : Cucurbitaceae
Plant type : Annual
Habit : Crawling, climbing
Height : 20 cm if left on the ground, up to 2 m if given a support structure.
Width : If left on the ground, can end up covering a few meters.
Days to maturity : 65 days
Sowing : Indoors 3 to 4 prior to outdoor transplant, after the last frost. Can also be planted directly outdoors in the garden once the soil temperature has reached more or less 30°C.
Depth : 1-2 cm
Germination : 3-10 days
Soil : Well-drained, rich soil
Exposure : Full sun
Plant spacing : 50 cm if tutored, 1m if left on the ground
Row spacing : 1 m
Care and other considerations :
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Pkt : 25 seeds.