Cucumis sativus L.
Brand: Seklos
Packaged:0,5 g
Availability:In Stock
3.60€
Ex Tax: 3.00€
Cornichone-type gherkin "Merengue" F1.
Very early self-pollinating hybrid. Vegetation period is 37-40 days from germination. Small fruits, 8-10 cm long, with large bumps, small seed pod, good taste, not bitter. The hybrid is resistant to cucumber mosaic virus, cladosporosis, cucurbit downy mildew. Grown outdoors, in polyethylene and glass greenhouses. Used fresh, canned, pickled.
Agrotechnics.
Sowing: to a depth of 1.5-2 cm at a temperature of + 25 ° C. Then the temperature is lowered to + 20 ° C. Seeds are sown in the ground at the end of May when the earth temperature is above + 13 ° C and the air temperature is above + 15 ° C. 
Planting seedlings: when the threat of frost has passed. Planting density 3-4 plants per 1m².
Care: the plants are covered with a film, the stem is directed horizontally, tied to the trellis. Balcony cultivation will require large boxes of nutrient mix and vertical whip supports. You also need regular watering, a sunny place and feeding.

Eng.: Parthenocarpic, cornichone-type cucumber. Suom.: Partenokarppinen kurkku. Sven.: Partenokarp gurka. Bot.: Cucumis sativus L.

* The easiest way to preserve cucumbers.
One liter of container volume will require 500 g of cucumbers, 500 g of water, 1 tablespoon of salt, 1 tablet of aspirin, 1/3 of a teaspoon of citric acid, red ground pepper on the tip of a knife, spicy herbs to taste, one clove of garlic.
1. Blanch greens and cucumbers.
2. Store tightly in jars.
3. Omit aspirin, salt, citric acid, pepper.
4. Pour boiling water over, roll up.
5. Turn over onto lids and cool slowly under a blanket.
Store at room temperature.

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