Cucumber - Bush pickle
Instead of a sprawling vine, these cucumbers are produced on compact, bushy plants. Especially good for small gardens or containers, the plants measure only 3 feet in diameter at maturity.
A second planting is early summer is recommended for a fall harvest. Pick fruit often and for best flavor do not permit them to grow too large. Control insects with vegetable dust.
Planting time - Late Spring
Matures in - 55 days
Germinates in - 8 to 10 days
Sowing depth - 1/2 inch
Hill spacing - 3-5 feet
Seed spacing - 3-5 seeds in a ring about 2 inches across.
Thinning - when plants are 2-3 inches tall, thin to 3-4 of the strongest plants in each hill
Net weight 540 MG (Estimated 20 seeds)
Bulk Pickling Cucumber seed available.
1100 Seeds/oz. Plant 1/2oz per 100ft row.
3lbs of Pickling Cucumber seed needed per acre.
Average Pickling Cucumber yield per acre -900-1200 bushels
On average, 1oz of seed can produce 800 Pickling Cucumber plants.