Cucumbers have been used for a myriad of things over the years. A cut cucumber will shine your shoes and polish the faucet. Rubbing a cut cucumber on a mirror will prevent it from becoming foggy. It has been used as a cure for hangovers and as a beauty aide for years. But why not just eat them because they are a particularly good source of Vitamin K, potassium, magnesium and water, and they have a crisp, refreshing flavor?

Approximately 16,000 seeds per lb. 1/2 oz. is needed for a 100 foot row, 3 lb. per acre.

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Cucumber, Bush Crop

Compact plant. Medium green fruits with slightly tapered ends.

Cucumber, Bush Pickle

Compact plant. Medium green fruits with white spines.

Cucumber, Early Spring Burpless

Long, slender, dark green fruits that are nearly seedless.

Cucumber, Marketmore 76

9" x 2" straight fruits with a slight taper at each end.

Cucumber, Pick A Bushel

2014 AAS Winner. Semi-bush habit that yields lots of 3" to 6" fruits

Cucumber, SMR 58 Pickling

Dark green fruits with a black spine. Vigorous plant.

Cucumber, Straight Eight

Dark green, 7" x 2.5" fruits with rounded ends.