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Coucumber Cucumis Sativus
BURPLESS TASTY GREEN F1
Early and very productive variety.
Fruit 25-40 cm long and 3-4 cm in diameter, dark green in color and with a fairly smooth surface. Rustic plant, suitable for both crops in the open field and in a protected environment.
il Barattiere Licatese
Typical selection of eastern Sicily, it is characterized by a fairly thick skin, crispy flesh and a very pleasant fragrance. At full maturity, it becomes quite sweet but is also used as a cucumber in salads.
Very productive and rather rustic plant, ideal both for cultivations in open field and in protected environment.
Typical salad variety, producing deep green cylindrical fruits, 20-22 cm long and with a rounded tip. firm flesh with few seeds. The plant is an abundant cropper, bearing the first fruits ready for harvesting in 65 days. nip out main shoot after first four leaves, later repeating the same operation on side shoots. heavy cropper ri8ght from first fruits. Sowing: from March to June.
Creeping plant that produces long finely grooved dark green cucumbers that should be harvested when well developed. Very soft with a pleasant taste, they are ideal for salads. SOWING: in open ground in holes 30-40 cm apart in rows spaced 1 metre apart. Place 2 or 3 seeds in each hole, later thinning out the shoots, Plant from March to June and harvest from June until the end of September.
Long fruits, deep green skin, soft pulp, crispy, narrow, with few seeds. It is best to prune above the first four leaves and to repeat this operation during the subsequent growth of the shoots. Produces abundantly right from the first cuts. Typical salad variety. Transports well. SOWING: in “stations” on open round between March and June at a distance of 30/40 cm along the row and 1 metre between rows. Use 2/3 seeds for each hole and remember to thin out after sprouting.
LUNGO TORTARELLO CHIARO
Creeping variety producing long bright green fruits with light ploughings. The fruits tender and with good taste, are perfect for salads, and they can be cropped when the development is completed.
SOWING: in open field, in little holes from march to june, cm 30/40 on the row and cm 100 between rows, using 2/3 seeds per hole, and thinning out after sprout.