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, 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.

Spacemaster 80 Cucumbers

Delicious, slicing cucumbers on a compact plant