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In open field conditions, it is not easy to get a decent harvest of cucumbers. After all, the weather conditions are completely unpredictable.
The ideal option would be a polycarbonate greenhouse - a material that transmits light well and retains heat.
The characteristics of the best varieties of cucumbers, given in the article, will help you choose the right planting material for greenhouse cultivation.
Fast & Furious F1
The hybrid, loved by many gardeners, was bred by Russian breeders in 2004. A cucumber of medium ripening, already 40-50 days after planting, begins to bear fruit, which lasts quite a long time.
The culture belongs to the parthenocarpic varieties, since the ovaries are formed without the help of insects (up to 5 ovaries are formed in one sinus).
The bushes of the Forsage F1 hybrid are moderately branched, medium-sized, reaching sizes up to 1.5 m.
Fruits of cylindrical shape, when ripe, acquire a dark green color, their size ranges from 10 to 13 cm, weight is about 100 g. The skin is dense, with small tubercles and white thorns. The pulp is juicy, crispy, without voids and without bitterness.
On one bush, from two dozen zelents ripen at the same time. The yield of the hybrid is 12 kg per 1 sq. m.
excellent taste characteristics of cucumbers;
high yield regardless of the region of Russia;
early terms of fruiting;
does not require a specific soil composition;
strong immunity, resistant to powdery mildew, bacteriosis, mosaic;
fruits are characterized by high keeping quality, during long-term transportation they perfectly retain their presentation;
versatile in preparation: fruits are used for salads, as well as for pickling and preservation.
The only drawback of the hybrid is the impossibility of obtaining quality seeds for sowing next year.
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An early ripe self-pollinated hybrid is suitable for lovers of neat gherkins measuring 6-8 cm... Knop begins to bear fruit on the 40-42 day from the first shoots and continues until autumn. The bushes of the hybrid are strong, vigorous, with medium branching and leafiness.
In the nodes of the leaves, 4–5 miniature emerald-colored cucumbers are formed. The mass of ripe fruits reaches 50-70 g, the diameter is 2 cm.
The shape of the fruit is cylindrical, elongated, the skin is not rigid, covered with frequent tubercles. The pulp is without bitterness, with sweetness, crispy both fresh and canned. For the smallest gherkins, more frequent harvests are recommended.
The yield is 12 kg per 1 sq. m.
tolerates shade well;
resistant to cold snaps and heat;
excellent taste characteristics;
good immunity to the main diseases of culture;
versatile in use, elastic gherkins in lightly salted and pickled form are especially good.
requires fertile soil and regular feeding;
inability to use seeds.
Resists many diseases. Decent yield - up to 16 kg per 1 m².
Emelya F1 is a parthenocarpic hybrid of early ripening: 40-45 days pass from the moment of emergence to harvest. It belongs to indeterminate varieties, that is, the main stem grows constantly, it does not need pollination.
Zelentsy for salad purposes with excellent taste, grow up to 15 cm long, up to 4.5 cm in diameter, weighing 120-150 g. 7-10 fruits are formed in one leaf node... The skin is thin, with small sparse tubercles and white pubescence.
not whimsical in leaving;
excellent taste characteristics;
resistance to the virus of cucumber mosaic, olive spot;
resistance to changes in weather conditions;
high level of keeping quality and transportability.
there is no immunity to peronosporosis;
the seed is not suitable for sowing.
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A hybrid designed for salads. Begins to bear fruit 74 days after germination... Cucumbers have a cylindrical shape and are large enough.
The average length is 30 cm and the width is about 4.5 cm. The fruits are smooth and even. From 1 sq. m. can be collected up to 22.5 kg.
large fruit sizes;
fairly high yield;
resistance to ascochitosis and olive spot.
quality seeds cannot be harvested from a hybrid;
with untimely watering, bitterness immediately appears.
On nutritious soil, the mass of fruits reaches up to 180 grams. Requires a pollinator. The crop can be harvested no earlier than 65 days after germination.
Cucumbers are large enough, up to 20 cm long. They have a dark green color with stripes. Good taste. For 1 sq. can be collected up to 27 kg.
tolerates transportation well;
resistance to most cultural diseases.
poorly suited for preservation, as the pulp softens;
in case of untimely collection, it quickly outgrows.
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