Cucumber "Sremianin F1" (Cucumis sativus), a field, highly productive variety, belongs to the earliest cultivars like the "Sremski F1" cucumber. It develops predominantly female blooms. High resistance to diseases, including cucumber scab, powdery and downy mildew, belongs to the biggest advantages of this plant. These features result in the high productivity of "Sremianin F1" and high quality of its crops. The fruit take on regular shape and are covered with pale green, shiny skin with lighter stripes. Large number of tiny warts are sprinkled on its surface. The fruit do not turn yellow, what makes them perfect for pickling and marinating.
Field cucumber may be grown both from direct sow to the field and from seedlings. Sow the seeds mid-May to the ground or in April to covered pots. Cucumber "Sremianin F1" requires a well prepared soil. It should be fertile and moist, but not too acidic. This particular cucumber cultivar will thrive on a sunny and wind-sheltered site.
Each package contains 5 g of "Sremianin F1" cucumber seeds. A growing guide and the sow-by date have been included in the package information.
- Weight: 5 g
- Use: pickling; marinating
- Site: sunny, wind-sheltered; fertile, moist, not to acidic soil