New quality standard - Dutch cucumber SV 4097 CV


Cucumber SV 4097 CV is one of the most popular today. It is grown by greenhouses, buyers are willing to sort it out on the market, and simple gardeners are testing it on their own plots. This hybrid surprises with its strength of growth, amazing external and taste qualities of zelents, as well as its sensitivity to diseases.

The history of cucumber SV 4097 CV

For seasoned gardeners, the name may recall cucumbers from the last century. In those days, breeders especially often created numbered varieties (cucumber TSKHA 4048, tomato White filling 241, etc.). However, contrary to stereotypes, the SV 4097 CV is a modern Dutch hybrid.

The patent holder is the Monsanto Company, the seeds are distributed in Russia by its subsidiary Seminis. An application for registration and variety testing in the Russian Federation of cucumber SV 4097 CV was filed in 2012, a year later the hybrid was recognized as a selection achievement, entered into the State Register of Plants and allowed for cultivation in all regions of the Russian Federation.

Seeds SV 4097 CV in Russia are distributed by Seminis

The first to test the novelty were the greenhouses of the Crimea. Productivity indicators turned out to be much higher than those indicated in the State Register (8.3 kg / m²). In fact, subject to the usual rules of agricultural technology, the yield of CB 4097 was 14.5–15.6 kg / m². Even those businesses that have been growing cucumbers for over 30 years have found this hybrid to be the best they've ever tried.

Numbered cucumber from Holland pleases not only with high yield, but also with ease of handling. To get a good result, you do not need to look for any special grooming techniques. But most importantly, consumers liked SV 4097; in appearance, taste and aroma, it became a new standard of cucumber quality.

Description of the hybrid

Cucumber CB 4097 medium early, ripens in 40–45 days. It has enormous potential thanks to its powerful root system and strong leaf apparatus. Its leaves are large, reminiscent of pumpkin, only painted in a rich dark green color. By its nature, it is a parthenocarpic hybrid that does not require pollination. The main lash grows upward indefinitely, as long as the weather permits. These qualities determine the way of growing - in a greenhouse with a vertical garter.

Cucumbers SV 4097 are grown in greenhouses with a vertical garter

SV 4097 is flexible, adapts well to different climatic conditions, is not afraid of false and true powdery mildew, cladosporia, tolerates heat well, but does not like shading. With a lack of light, the fruits take the shape of a barrel, the yield drops.

Fruit characteristics

Cucumbers SV 4097 have an attractive appearance, they are cylindrical, evenly colored in a dark green color, and only at the top there are short white strokes. The skin is covered with tubercles, prickly to the touch. All cucumbers from the beginning to the end of fruiting have a beautiful and even shape, there are no hooks, fruits with constrictions and pear-shaped.

Cucumbers SV 4097 cylindrical, dark green colored

Zelentsy are crispy, dense, well tolerated storage and long-distance transportation. The weight of each is 80–100 g, the length is 12–13 cm, and the diameter is about 3 cm. In one internode, 2-3 ovaries are formed. Due to its good taste and bright cucumber aroma, SV 4097 is used mainly for fresh consumption, its purpose is salad. But you can also preserve.

Video: an overview of the cucumber SV 4097

Growing features

There is nothing special in sowing and planting cucumber seedlings SV 4097. Plant or sow when the top layer of soil in the greenhouse warms up to +20 ° C. Although cucumbers begin their vital activity at + 15 ° C, in such a coolness the seeds germinate and the seedlings take root very slowly. The air temperature during the day should not be lower than +20 ° C and preferably not higher than +30 ° C, at night - +18 ... +20 ° C, but not lower than +15 ° C.

The planting density for such a powerful cucumber is no more than 2.4 plants / m², which corresponds to the 70x70 cm pattern. The peculiarity of growing a productive hybrid with huge leaves, strong roots and a thick stem is to provide it with good watering and feeding. Water so that the ground is always moist to a depth of 30 cm, but at the same time loose, not flooded.

Homemade infusions of dung, nettle, mullein, yeast, or urea solution (10–15 g per 10 l of water) are suitable as top dressings before flowering begins. Add them once a week. With the appearance of the first flowers, switch to complex dressings containing potassium, phosphorus, nitrogen, trace elements. A large assortment of ready-made mixtures is sold in gardening stores: Agricola for cucumbers, Forte, Fasco, Clean sheet, etc.

To prevent the ovaries from turning yellow and crumbling, during the mass flowering, spray with a solution of boric acid (2 g per 10 l) or the preparation Ovyaz, Bud. The instructions for them recommend repeating the treatment 2-3 times per season.

We'll have to take time and formation. CB 4097 can be grown in one stem, removing all lateral shoots. But then there will be few cucumbers, because they can only grow on the main lash. To get a richer harvest, there is a slightly more complicated method:

  1. Dazzle the sinuses of the lower five leaves, that is, remove all ovaries and stepchildren.
  2. Above, pinch the side shoots above the first leaf, and if the bush is strong and actively growing - above the second.

The axils of the lower leaves are blinded, stepchildren are left above, but shortened by 1-2 leaves

With this formation, cucumbers will also grow on shortened stepchildren. There is also a third option based on the CB 4097 feature. Above the 16th leaf, it gives rise to shoots, that is, they themselves limit their growth, they do not need to be shortened. Therefore, experts recommend using the formation scheme, which is called Polish:

  1. The sinuses of the lower five leaves are dazzling.
  2. Up to the 10th leaf (approximately up to a height of 1 m), only the ovaries are left, all stepsons are removed.
  3. From the 10th to the 16th sheet, the stepsons pinch over 1-2 sheets.
  4. Above 16 leaves, the bush regulates itself and loads with nesting stepchildren and cucumbers on them.

Video: tips for shaping a cucumber 4079

I don’t bother at all about the formation of cucumbers. I grow for myself, not for sale. I plant five bushes of some hybrid with long-term fruiting every summer. Enough that grows without any pinching and dazzle. Hybrids always give one main whip, it is impossible to get confused here. I shorten the side ones if they bother me: they grow where they shouldn't, or they are very long and lie on the floor.

The length of the main lash SV 4097 reaches 3 m and more. When its top grows to the ceiling of the greenhouse, throw the whip over the bar so that it grows down. There is also another option. The lower part of the fruiting stem is freed from the leaves (exposed), pulled along a rope to the ground, laid in rings and sprinkled. The cucumbers will grow back to their usual height.

Video: how to lower and lay the bottom of a cucumber lash on the ground

Reviews of gardeners about cucumbers SV 4097 CV

SV 4097 CV is a commercial hybrid that allows modern farmers to make good money in the market. At the same time, it is easy to grow, which also attracts amateur gardeners. The main advantages of cucumber are disease resistance, high yield and beautiful, tasty fruits. The main agricultural techniques will be: watering, feeding and shaping.


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Turkeys are birds that were domesticated hundreds of years ago, the indigenous people of North America are Indians. Only in the 16th century, these animals were brought to Europe and quickly spread due to their colossal productivity and a high percentage of muscle mass.

Turkeys lend themselves well to selection, so at the moment there are already more than three hundred of the most diverse breeds. All animals can be divided into three categories: meat, oviparous and mixed.

The latter are distinguished both in large mass and in greater fertility, providing farmers with both meat and eggs.

It is also customary to subdivide turkeys by weight into light (up to 10 kg), medium (up to 17 kg) and heavy (up to 25 kg).


Shade-tolerant cucumbers - a godsend for a summer resident

We tell all about shade-tolerant cucumber hybrids that are not afraid of lack of sunny color.

Cucumber is a sun-loving vegetable, like most crops that are most often found in country gardens. But, unfortunately, it is impossible to allocate a place in the sun for all the beds. After all, not only vegetables claim it, but also berry bushes, fruit trees and ornamental plants, many of which not only occupy the lightest corners of the site, but also cast a shadow on the “neighbors”.

Fortunately, modern breeders have learned to cope with such a nuisance. So, the agrofirm "Manul" offers seeds of cucumbers, which give an excellent harvest in low light conditions. Among the seed there are hybrids with strong or medium branching.

However, when growing cucumbers in shaded areas, experts recommend sowing seeds for seedlings first. It is advisable to keep the seedlings in optimal light conditions and only then plant them in a permanent place. With this method of cultivation, cucumbers will give the maximum yield.

Shade-tolerant cucumbers also bear fruit well when grown at home - on the windowsill, balcony and veranda.

Manul shade-tolerant hybrids can be divided into four main groups.

1. Bunch cucumbers

This group includes parthenocarpic summer shade-tolerant bundle gherkins of hybrids F1 Be healthy, F1 Green wave, F1 Karapuz, F1 Maryina Roscha, F1 Hit of the season, F1 Chistye prudy

.

It should be remembered that the "bundle" of such cucumbers depends on the illumination: the more light, the more ovaries in the nodes. Consequently, when grown in shaded areas, the bouquet ovary will be more modest.

Everything you need to know about bunch cucumbers in one material.

2. Cucumbers with a harmonious return of the harvest

The second group includes summer parthenocarpic hybrids with the simultaneous maturation of a large number of zelents on the plant: F1 Arina, F1 Danila, F1 Mastak, F1 Moscow evenings, F1 Secret of the firm

.

The fruits of these cucumbers reach 12-16 cm in length and have excellent taste. Some zelents are ideal for pickling.

3. Hybrids of the type Relay

The third group of shade-tolerant hybrids of the agricultural company is bee-pollinated hybrids of the Relay type, namely F1 Olympiad, F1 Manul, F1 Marathon, F1 Relay, F1 Ladoga, F1 Northern Lights

.

These hybrids are among the most shade-tolerant. In addition, the size of the fruits is good - they are 15-20 cm long. Add great taste to this and you have the perfect cucumber for summer salads.

In industrial greenhouse plants, hybrids of this group are grown not only in the summer, but also in the winter-spring turnover - from January to June.

4. Cucumbers for growing in greenhouses

The fourth group of shade-tolerant cucumbers includes parthenocarpic hybrids, which are used for cultivation in heated industrial greenhouses in the summer-autumn turnover - from July to October.

The length of the greens in such cucumbers is 14-18 cm, the taste, as in the hybrids of the previous groups, is high. Experts of the Manul agricultural firm have created a series of new hybrids with these qualities. The seeds of one of them - F1 Times

of the year will be available for purchase in 2017.

For detailed information about new products and assortment of vegetable seeds, as well as the technology of their cultivation, see the Author's website vegetable seeds.


The best varieties of cucumbers

Using my many years of experience in growing cucumbers in a greenhouse and open field, as well as having studied the reviews of other gardeners on the forums and numerous neighbors in the country, I can confidently advise you to plant the best varieties and hybrids of cucumbers in 2020. They are suitable for growing both in greenhouses and under temporary film shelters and in the open field. Each gardener chooses what suits him best. All of these varieties of cucumbers are found in almost every catalog of seed stores.

After the article, a huge number of comments about the most productive varieties of cucumbers from gardeners and gardeners from different regions at the end of the last season.

  • Of course, for a greenhouse, it is better to take hybrid varieties of F1 cucumbers, since they have short side lashes and do not need to be pinched. Hybrids tend to have high yields and disease resistance.
  • If you choose varieties of cucumbers for the Urals and Siberia, then consider varieties and hybrids that bear fruit well in low light conditions and are cold-resistant.
  • If you plant cucumbers in a greenhouse or greenhouse that require pollination by bees, do not forget that from the beginning of flowering, bees should have free access to flowers.

Cucumber varieties with photos and descriptions, reviews

Cucumbers Herman F1, characteristic

An early, high-yielding parthenocarpic hybrid with a long fruiting period. The plant is powerful, with sufficient nutrition it simultaneously forms up to 6-7 fruits in one node. Fruits are green, dense, large tuberous, gherkin type, genetically without bitterness.

The hybrid is resistant to cladosporia, powdery mildew and cucumber mosaic virus. It is grown both in greenhouses and in the open field in vertical and horizontal ways.

Cucumbers Masha F1

The earliest (37-39 days before fruiting), parthenocarpic hybrid. The fruits are standard in size, 8-11 cm long, ripen together, have a very attractive appearance. They are good both fresh and salted.

The hybrid is resistant to the cucumber mosaic virus, cladosporiosis, powdery mildew, relatively resistant to downy mildew.

Cucumber yield Masha: more than 10 kg of fruits per 1 sq. meter of landings.

One of my favorite cucumbers.

Cucumbers Connie F1

An early high-yielding parthenocarpic (not requiring pollination) hybrid of the gherkin type, 43-45 days pass from germination to the beginning of fruiting. The plant is medium-growing, with a bundle formation of ovaries.

Cucumbers are short, cylindrical, 7-9 cm long and 60-80 grams in weight, bright green, small-tuberous, white-thorn. Crispy, juicy, without bitterness, with excellent taste. The hybrid is resistant to overgrowth, powdery mildew and root rot.

Connie F1 is a multipurpose cucumber used for fresh consumption and for processing. Recommended for growing in open and protected ground.

Cucumbers Courage F1

Early ripening parthenocarpic hybrid (from germination to fruiting 45-50 days), female flowering type, intended for cultivation in greenhouses.

The plant is vigorous, with medium shoots. In the nodes, 2-4 ovaries are formed (often up to 5-6 ovaries).

Fruits are dark green with light stripes, 12-15 cm long, weighing 120-130 grams, lumpy, white-thorn, universal use. Taste quality is high, without bitterness. Planting density 2.5-3.0 plants per sq. meter. The hybrid is relatively resistant to the main diseases of the cucumber.

Cucumbers Nezhinsky 12

One of the best pickling varieties. It is grown in open ground and in film shelters. The variety is mid-season, bee-pollinated, unpretentious, disease-resistant. Long-leaved bush.

Cucumbers are short, elongated-ovoid, large-tuberous, black-spiky, 10-12 cm long, weighing 80-110 grams. The flesh of the fruit is crispy and has excellent taste. The variety is resistant to olive spot and bacteriosis.

Agricultural technology: at the end of May, seeds are planted in greenhouses and in the ground, or 20-25 day old seedlings. Planting density - 3 plants per 1 sq. M. The seeding depth is 1.5-2 cm. The soil should be fertile with high aeration (you can add sawdust, leaves).

Cucumbers Miranda F1

An early ripening, high-yielding, versatile hybrid with a well-defined parthenocarp of a predominantly female flowering type.These cucumbers are intended for cultivation in foil greenhouses and open field. The plant is vigorous, well leafy, in a node from one to two ovaries.

Cucumbers 11-12 cm long, weighing 110-120 grams, cylindrical in shape with white thorns, green color with white specks all over the green and stripes up to the middle of the fruit. The fruits are juicy, fragrant, good both in salads and for any processing, especially in salting.

Hybrid advantages: has increased cold resistance and group resistance to diseases, including powdery mildew, early maturity.

Sowing: seeds or 25-35 day old seedlings are planted in unheated greenhouses or in the ground at the end of May, when the soil warms up to 14-15 ° С. Planting density: when grown in spread - 3-4 plants / 1 m², vertical production on stakes / trellises - 2-3 plants / 1 m². The seeding depth is 1.5-2 cm.

Cucumbers Ira F1

An ultra-early maturing bee-pollinated hybrid of a predominantly female flowering type, from germination to the beginning of fruiting 45-50 days. The plant is medium-growing, in one node there are 2-3 ovaries.

Cucumbers are cylindrical, 12-15 cm long, weighing 55-85 grams, dark green, large tuberous, with white pubescence. The pulp is dense, crispy, with excellent taste. The hybrid is characterized by high stable yields and complex disease resistance. Designed for outdoor cultivation.

Agrotechnics: Cucumbers are grown through seedlings or by sowing seeds in the ground. Seeds are sown under a film to a depth of 2-3 cm, seedlings are planted at the age of 20-25 days, when the threat of frost has passed and the soil warms up to 10-12 C. Planting scheme is 3-5 plants per 1 sq. m. The culture is demanding on heat, moisture and soil fertility. Care consists in regular watering with warm water. Once every 10 days, watering is combined with top dressing (1 liter of slurry or 10 grams of urea per 1 liter of water). The plant is formed by pinching over the third leaf.

Cucumbers Karelian F1

Self-pollinated high-yielding short-fruited hybrid. It begins to bear fruit on the 43-45 day from the moment of germination. Cucumbers 8-10 cm long, fusiform, large tuberous. Fruits of high taste and marketability. Salting.

Hybrid advantages: cold resistance, extended fruiting period, intensive simultaneous filling of several ovaries. The hybrid is not sensitive to temperature changes. It bears fruit well on poor soils. Well suited for growing in the Urals and Siberia.

Agrotechnics: planting density in plastic greenhouses 3 plants per 1 m². The hybrid reacts positively to pollination or spraying with a boric acid solution (1 g per 1 L of water) at the very beginning of fruiting. In film greenhouses, lateral shoots are pinched over 2-3 leaves. Plants are not formed under temporary film shelters and in open ground.

Care: regular watering with warm water. Once every 10 days, watering is combined with top dressing (1 liter of manure or 10 g of urea per 1 liter of water).

Cucumbers Emerald Stream F1, description

An early ripe parthenocarpic hybrid for growing in open ground and in film shelters. The period from germination to the beginning of fruiting is 44-48 days. The plant is vigorous, weakly plaited, mainly with a female flowering type.

Cucumbers are elongated-cylindrical, lumpy, dark green, with a delicate thin skin, 30-50 cm long, weighing 150-200 grams. They have excellent taste and aroma.

The value of the Emerald Stream hybrid is in resistance to powdery mildew, cold resistance, shade tolerance, long and continuous fruiting period. Perfect for salads.

Cucumbers variety Delicacy

An early ripe variety of cucumbers for growing in the open field. The plant is powerful, with long lashes.

Cucumbers are cylindrical, leveled, small-tuberous, 9-12 cm long. The skin is soft, dark green. The flesh of the fruit is firm, high in sugars. The seed chamber is small. All these qualities indicate that Delicatessen is the most suitable variety of cucumbers for canning and pickling for open ground.

Advantages of the variety: resistance to short-term cold snaps, extended period of fruiting.

Agricultural technology: seeds or 20-25 day old seedlings are planted in unheated greenhouses and in the ground at the end of May. Planting density 3-4 plants per 1 m². The seeding depth is 1.5-2 cm. The soil should be fertile with high aeration (add sawdust, leaves).

Cucumbers Corinna F1

An ultra-early ripening, high-yielding parthenocarpic hybrid of German-bred cucumbers for open and protected ground with a friendly yield. The plant is medium-sized.

Cucumbers (improvement of F1 Horses in shape and color) - gherkins, 8-10 cm long, dark green, small tubercles, white thorns, genetically without bitterness, excellent consistency. In salting and canning, they remain firm and crispy. The hybrid is resistant to a number of diseases.

Agrotechnics: in greenhouses and in the ground, seeds or 20-25 day old seedlings are planted at the end of May with a planting density of 3 plants per 1 m² and a seeding depth of 1.5 cm.
Care: regular watering with warm water. Once every 10 days, watering is combined with top dressing (1 liter of manure or 10 grams of urea per 10 liters of water). The plant is formed by pinching over the Z-leaf.

Gherkin Madame F1

Early maturing (43-48 days) bee-pollinated hybrid for growing in open ground and in a greenhouse. The plants are vigorous, mainly with a female type of flowering and a bundle arrangement of ovaries (3-6 per node).

Cucumbers are short, cylindrical, often and small tuberous, dark green with small white stripes, white-thorn, with a thin delicate skin, up to 10-12 cm long, weighing 65-85 grams, dense, do not outgrow or turn yellow.

Cucumber yield Madame F1: 10.5 - 14.0 kg / m².

Hybrid value: resistance to downy mildew and root rot, intense fruit formation and friendly yield, no bitterness. Zelentsy of this variety are recommended for fresh consumption, canning, cooking of lightly salted cucumbers.

The plant is formed by pinching over a 3-leaf.

Cucumbers of the Graceful variety

Early maturing (40-50 days), bee-pollinated variety, for open ground, medium-growing. Resistant to olive stain, has high cold resistance.

Zelentsy are small-tuberous, white-spiked, 10-13 cm long, weighing about 140 grams.

The yield of cucumbers of the Graceful variety: 5 - 7 kg / sq. m.

It is recommended to plant this variety according to the scheme: 50 x 50 cm.

Cucumber variety Graceful is perfect not only for fresh consumption, but also for pickling and pickling.

Cucumbers Alligator F1

Early maturing (46-48 days) bee-pollinated hybrid, with long fruiting, for spring film greenhouses and open ground. The plant is powerful, vigorous.

Cucumbers are elongated-cylindrical, green, large-lumpy, shiny, with a thin delicate skin, 35-40 cm long, sweet, juicy, fragrant.

Cucumber yield Alligator: 14 - 16 kg / m².

Hybrid value: resistance to downy mildew and powdery mildew, long fruiting period, excellent taste. Recommended for fresh consumption and canning in sliced ​​wedges.

Cucumber Chinese disease-resistant F1

Hybrids of the "Chinese Sustainable" series are distinguished by high productivity, endurance and excellent quality. Mid-early (48-54 days) hybrid for growing in open (on trellises) and protected ground. The plant is vigorous, with short internodes and small leaves, forms into a single stem.

Cucumbers are smooth, cylindrical, dark green, with a shiny large-tuberous surface, smooth at the base, "with a handle", 30-35 cm long. Taste qualities are high.

Hybrid value: high resistance to disease, hardiness to cold and low light. Recommended for salads, canning and pickling in slices.

Gherkin Son of the F1 Regiment, characteristic

Mid-early (40-45 days) bee-pollinated hybrid of cucumbers for open ground and film shelters. The plant is medium-sized, medium-branched, mainly of the female flowering type.

Cucumbers are oval, rarely- and large-tuberous, green with short stripes, white-spiked, 6-8 cm long, do not outgrow or turn yellow.

Cucumber yield son of the regiment: 3.6 - 4.5 kg / m 2.

Hybrid value: resistance to downy mildew, cucumber mosaic virus, scab of pumpkin crops, abundant and long-term fruiting, high taste, technological and commercial qualities, suitability for collecting and processing gherkins and pickles (2-4 cm). The appointment is universal.

Cucumbers variety Pickled

Early maturing (41-46 days) bee-pollinated variety for open ground. The plant is long-leaved, medium-sized, medium-branched, of a mixed type of flowering.

Cucumbers are elongated-cylindrical, large tuberous, green with light stripes of medium length, with black pubescence, 10-11 cm long, weighing 100-125 grams.

Cucumber yield Pickling: 3.5 - 5 kg / sq. m.

Variety value in resistance to downy mildew, stable yield, presentation and high salting qualities. The variety is recommended for pickling.

Cucumbers Director F1

Early maturing (from germination to the beginning of fruiting 43-45 days), parthenocarpic hybrid. The plant is vigorous with a well-developed root system. In one node, 2-3 fruits are formed.

Fruits are cylindrical, large tuberous, dark green, white-thorn, 9-10 cm long, 3-3.5 cm in diameter, weighing 65-80 grams, genetically without bitterness. The top of the fruit is green, does not turn yellow from the first to the last harvest. Taste and marketability are excellent. Also, this hybrid is characterized by high shade tolerance and a long fruiting period.

The hybrid is resistant to cucumber mosaic virus, powdery mildew, cucumber vessel yellowing virus, and downy mildew. Cucumber Director is recommended for growing in protected ground: in the first turn - 3-3.5 plants / sq.m and, especially, in the second turn - 2.5-3 plants / sq.m, as well as in open ground. It is used for both fresh consumption and canning.

Rating of cucumber varieties it is problematic to compose, since each region has its own leading varieties, the most suitable for the climate. But what cucumbers do gardeners like the most in the reviews to this review of varieties.

What kinds of cucumbers do you grow? Which ones are the most productive? And the most delicious, without bitterness? What varieties of cucumbers would you recommend for the Moscow region, Siberia, the North-West?

Your feedback on the varieties of cucumbers will help many gardeners choose the best varieties and hybrids for planting. Attach a photo if possible.

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Gardeners reviews

Of all the varieties, not a single seed sprouted at "Apollo", apparently ran into such seeds. In the greenhouse this year the Emerald Stream did not please, but the situation was saved by "Vyatsky"

tested 18 varieties of cucumbers. planted 48 pieces in a row in the open ground of each variety. all parthenocarpic, best sv 4097, director, bern, masha, ajax. slightly worse satin, capricorn, artist, avelange, warrior. it's in gorlovka in 2018

Pskov region. This year Murashka disappointed, although the two previous years pleased, and the main harvest was harvested from the Harmonist cucumbers, the taste is also good

Salad long-fruited "Borisych" F1

Say whatever you like, but there is no better "Temp" cucumber. And they ascended perfectly and all are strewn. Others - because of the cold weather, sowed. 07/30/18 Lutoyar, Bejo, Atik, Vyatich, Artist, Bjorn and Shtandar are still growing. only 11 bushes.

Last year, she planted such varieties as - Emerald Stream, Emerald Earrings, Balcony Miracle. Ural gherkin, Chinese snake, harvested a very good harvest both for salting and for salads. This year I will try the Harmonist variety (early gherkins without pollination). April and Zazulya are always in the greenhouse until mid-September.

I plant April in the greenhouse, until late autumn with the harvest. You can also grind it. And in the beds Klavdia, Herman, Mashinka, Marinda, Kustovoy. Ogurtsov is always the sea. Yaroslavl region.

This year she grew up in a greenhouse in the Vologda region. hybrid Blizzard. Oh-oh-really liked the cucumbers, abundant fruiting!

I plant Standard F1 cucumbers in the greenhouse. Harvest, beautiful and unkillable. The manufacturer claims that it is also suitable for soil. I buy on the website of the manufacturer's company: "Good seeds". I recommend to beginners.

I agree with the latest comments. You need to plant proven hybrids, the same Zyatek or Mother-in-law. They won't let you down. You just need to take it in the packages of the one who produces them (Gavrish), otherwise you can run into a fake and often look at the registry.

My wife and I have been growing our Zyatek and Mother-in-law in the open field for many years. They are very fruitful and excellent canned food. My wife makes a lot of preparations for the winter, so every year we plant these very varieties. We live in the Leningrad region.

I read what you offer is very expensive, for example, Herman Ekkol Masha I plant all the way through the zozulya runner and other results are not worse, the main thing is to keep the cucumbers under a film and not a covering one, the cucumber loves a bath and often sprinkle the ashes of good luck to everyone

You can find out the characteristics of varieties, hybrids in the state register. If cultivation in the open field is in the first place, then the plant must be pinched. If for greenhouses, protected ground, then pinching is not necessary. It is not recommended to grow both bee-pollinated hybrids (varieties) and parthenocarpics in the same greenhouse: cucumbers will be bitter, crooked, or they will not be at all

I LIKE ECOLE, FAITHFUL FRIENDS, JOYFUL FAMILY. IN GENERAL HOW MUCH I PLANTED PARTENOCARPICS, EVERYTHING WELL BEARING, ONLY IT IS NECESSARY TO CARE FOR THEM AS IT IS RELIED. MORE MOSCOW EVENINGS A GOOD YIELD GAVE, AND HAVE BEEN BEARING LONG.

In the Leningrad Region, in a film tunnel, on a tapestry, Alex, Merengue, Madame and Mademoiselle do not let them down. Last year I tried the Chelyabinsk hybrids - RMT, Siberian Garland, Perfection itself, Sheaf splendor. My usual hybrids have lost a lot.

I really like German, Courage, Masha, and Manul cucumbers, especially Maryina Roshcha. I grow in the Samara region

The best variety of Muromsky cucumbers. He has excellent taste and pickling qualities.
Description: bee-pollinated early ripe variety of national selection, for open ground. One of the earliest ripening - begins to bear fruit on the 32-40th day after germination.
Plants are bushy, whips are short.
Greens ellipsoid or ovoid, large tuberous, light green. Weight 50-70 g.
Requires frequent collection, as the fruits turn yellow quickly.
Universal use - one of the best varieties for pickling.

In the greenhouse this year, she planted Murashka, June early ripening, Red mullet. From the first two I am simply delighted - set with bouquets, amicable response, although the Little Red mullet is not bad. For the Leningrad region, there are excellent varieties, tender and small-seeded, delicious in salting (I have already tried it). I will definitely plant these hybrids.

Variety White Angel. I would say that they are TASTY, if you take an ordinary Rodnichek, Masha, Herman, they are already sweetish, and these seem to me like cucumber grass, only that they look cool, and there is no bitterness, even the smell is not very pronounced, not in delighted !!

And this is the newest hybrid of ATIK F1 cucumber, providing an early high yield in difficult weather conditions. Good both in salads and in seaming

New parthenocarpic hybrid ALPACA F1, Bejo, Holland. An excellent universal gherkin cucumber. Resistant to most diseases affecting cucumbers in open and closed ground. Grows in open ground and in film shelters, feels confident on a trellis

And last summer I tried to plant cucumbers from the "Ural series". These are "Siberian Garland", "RMT", "Perfection itself". Of course, she did not collect a record harvest (they promised up to 400 cucumbers from the bush), but still the yield is much higher than the usual varieties (I tried it both in the greenhouse and in the garden). Although I will never give up my favorite "Libella", "Claudia" and "Tempa".

Cucumbers Masha, very cute and tasty, and also fruitful.

I plant Gavrish seeds every year. I like them very much in terms of yield and germination. I plant in the first place - Courage.These are great cucumbers. I also plant Goosebump, Lilliputian, Red mullet, I also like Masha, Mother-in-law, Zyatok. But of course I just respect the Dutch. They are more resistant to diseases, more productive and bear fruit for a long time, longer than domestic ones.

I liked the variety Mirabella

I really liked the cucumbers: Nord Stream, Grasshopper, Courage. Ekol for Siberia are very good. try not regret it.

I love Balkonny f1 cucumbers, it will feel good in the greenhouse too. The cucumbers are tender, with a thin skin.

I grow cucumbers Goosebump F1, they bear fruit very well in our region. They are bunchy, self-pollinated, good for a greenhouse. Harvestable and tasty, suitable for salads and salting. I have them from Gavrish. And for open ground, cucumbers Ant F1 are good, they are smaller and can also be used for salad and for canning. Also fruitful.

What fruitful varieties of cucumbers would you recommend for the Moscow region? For greenhouses and open ground.


The best varieties of cucumbers

After the article, a huge number of comments about the most productive varieties of cucumbers from gardeners and gardeners from different regions at the end of 2018.

  • Cucumber varieties with photos and descriptions, reviews
  • Cucumbers Herman F1, characteristic
  • Cucumbers Masha F1
  • Cucumbers Connie F1
  • Cucumbers Courage F1
  • Cucumbers Nezhinsky 12
  • Cucumbers Miranda F1
  • Cucumbers Ira F1
  • Cucumbers Karelian F1
  • Cucumbers Emerald Stream F1, description
  • Cucumbers variety Delicacy
  • Cucumbers Corinna F1
  • Gherkin Madame F1
  • Cucumbers of the Graceful variety
  • Cucumbers Alligator F1
  • Cucumber Chinese disease-resistant F1
  • Gherkin Son of the F1 Regiment, characteristic
  • Cucumbers variety Pickled
  • Cucumbers Director F1
  • Top gardeners reviews

Using my many years of experience in growing cucumbers in a greenhouse and open field, as well as having studied the reviews of other gardeners on the forums and numerous neighbors in the country, I can confidently advise you to plant the best varieties and hybrids of cucumbers. They are suitable for growing both in greenhouses and under temporary film shelters and in the open field. Each gardener chooses what suits him best. All of these cucumber varieties are found in almost every seed store catalog.

Of course, for a greenhouse, it is better to take hybrid varieties of F1 cucumbers, since they have short side lashes and do not need to be pinched. Hybrids tend to have high yields and disease resistance.

If you choose varieties of cucumbers for the Urals and Siberia, then consider varieties and hybrids that bear fruit well in low light conditions and are cold-resistant.

If you plant cucumbers in a greenhouse or greenhouse that require pollination by bees, do not forget that from the beginning of flowering, bees should have free access to flowers.

Cucumber varieties with photos and descriptions, reviews

Cucumbers Herman F1, characteristic

An early, high-yielding parthenocarpic hybrid with a long fruiting period. The plant is powerful, with sufficient nutrition it simultaneously forms up to 6-7 fruits in one node. Fruits are green, dense, large tuberous, gherkin type, genetically without bitterness.

The hybrid is resistant to cladosporiosis, powdery mildew and cucumber mosaic virus. It is grown both in greenhouses and in the open field in vertical and horizontal ways.

Cucumbers Masha F1

The earliest (37-39 days before fruiting), parthenocarpic hybrid. The fruits are standard in size, 8-11 cm long, ripen together, have a very attractive appearance. They are good both fresh and salted.

The hybrid is resistant to the cucumber mosaic virus, cladosporiosis, powdery mildew, relatively resistant to downy mildew.

Cucumber yield Masha
: more than 10 kg of fruits per 1 sq. meter of landings.

One of my favorite cucumbers.

Cucumbers Connie F1

An early high-yielding parthenocarpic (not requiring pollination) hybrid of the gherkin type, 43-45 days pass from germination to the beginning of fruiting. The plant is medium-growing, with a bundle formation of ovaries.

Cucumbers are short, cylindrical, 7-9 cm long and 60-80 grams in weight, bright green, small-tuberous, white-thorn. Crispy, juicy, without bitterness, with excellent taste. The hybrid is resistant to overgrowth, powdery mildew and root rot.

Connie F1 is a multipurpose cucumber used for fresh consumption and for processing. Recommended for growing in open and protected ground.

Cucumbers Courage F1

Early ripening parthenocarpic hybrid (from germination to fruiting 45-50 days), female flowering type, intended for cultivation in greenhouses.

The plant is vigorous, with medium shoots. In the nodes, 2-4 ovaries are formed (often up to 5-6 ovaries).

Fruits are dark green with light stripes, 12-15 cm long, weighing 120-130 grams, lumpy, white-thorn, universal use. Taste quality is high, without bitterness. Planting density 2.5-3.0 plants per sq. meter. The hybrid is relatively resistant to the main diseases of the cucumber.

Cucumbers Nezhinsky 12

One of the best pickling varieties. It is grown in open ground and in film shelters. The variety is mid-season, bee-pollinated, unpretentious, disease-resistant. Long-leaved bush.

Cucumbers are short, elongated-ovoid, large-tuberous, black-spiky, 10-12 cm long, weighing 80-110 grams. The flesh of the fruit is crispy and has excellent taste. The variety is resistant to olive spot and bacteriosis.

Agricultural technology: at the end of May, seeds are planted in greenhouses and in the ground, or 20-25 day old seedlings. Planting density - 3 plants per 1 sq. M. The seeding depth is 1.5-2 cm. The soil should be fertile with high aeration (you can add sawdust, leaves).

Cucumbers Miranda F1

An early ripening, high-yielding, versatile hybrid with a well-defined parthenocarp of a predominantly female flowering type. These cucumbers are intended for cultivation in foil greenhouses and open field. The plant is vigorous, well leafy, in a node from one to two ovaries.

Cucumbers 11-12 cm long, weighing 110-120 grams, cylindrical in shape with white thorns, green color with white specks all over the green and stripes up to the middle of the fruit. The fruits are juicy, fragrant, good both in salads and for any processing, especially in salting.

Hybrid advantages
: has increased cold resistance and group resistance to diseases, including powdery mildew, early maturity.

Sowing: seeds or 25-35 day old seedlings are planted in unheated greenhouses or in the ground at the end of May, when the soil warms up to 14-15 ° С. Planting density: when grown in spread - 3-4 plants / 1 m², vertical production on stakes / trellises - 2-3 plants / 1 m². The seeding depth is 1.5-2 cm.

Cucumbers Ira F1

An ultra-early maturing bee-pollinated hybrid of a predominantly female flowering type, from germination to the beginning of fruiting 45-50 days. The plant is medium-growing, in one node there are 2-3 ovaries.

Cucumbers are cylindrical, 12-15 cm long, weighing 55-85 grams, dark green, large tuberous, with white pubescence. The pulp is dense, crispy, with excellent taste. The hybrid is characterized by high stable yields and complex disease resistance. Designed for outdoor cultivation.

Agrotechnics
: Cucumbers are grown through seedlings or by sowing seeds in the ground. Seeds are sown under a film to a depth of 2-3 cm, seedlings are planted at the age of 20-25 days, when the threat of frost has passed and the soil warms up to 10-12 C. Planting scheme is 3-5 plants per 1 sq. m. The culture is demanding on heat, moisture and soil fertility. Care consists in regular watering with warm water. Once every 10 days, watering is combined with top dressing (1 liter of slurry or 10 grams of urea per 1 liter of water). The plant is formed by pinching over the third leaf.

Cucumbers Karelian F1

Self-pollinated high-yielding short-fruited hybrid. It begins to bear fruit on the 43-45 day from the moment of germination. Cucumbers 8-10 cm long, fusiform, large tuberous. Fruits of high taste and marketability. Salting.

Hybrid advantages
: cold resistance, extended fruiting period, intensive simultaneous filling of several ovaries. The hybrid is not sensitive to temperature changes. It bears fruit well on poor soils. Well suited for growing in the Urals and Siberia.

Agrotechnics
: planting density in plastic greenhouses 3 plants per 1 m². The hybrid reacts positively to pollination or spraying with a boric acid solution (1 g per 1 l of water) at the very beginning of fruiting. In film greenhouses, side shoots are pinched over 2-3 leaves. Plants are not formed under temporary film shelters and in open ground.

Care
: regular watering with warm water. Once every 10 days, watering is combined with top dressing (1 liter of manure or 10 g of urea per 1 liter of water).

Cucumbers Emerald Stream F1, description

An early maturing parthenocarpic hybrid for growing in open ground and in film shelters. The period from germination to the beginning of fruiting is 44-48 days. The plant is vigorous, weakly plaited, mainly with a female flowering type.

Cucumbers are elongated-cylindrical, tuberous, dark green, with a delicate thin skin, 30-50 cm long, weighing 150-200 grams. They have excellent taste and aroma.

The value of the Emerald Stream hybrid is in resistance to powdery mildew, cold resistance, shade tolerance, long and continuous fruiting period. Perfect for salads.

Cucumbers variety Delicacy

An early ripe variety of cucumbers for growing in the open field. The plant is powerful, with long lashes.

Cucumbers are cylindrical, leveled, small-lumpy, 9-12 cm long. The skin is soft, dark green. The flesh of the fruit is firm, high in sugars. The seed chamber is small. All these qualities indicate that Delicatessen is the most suitable variety of cucumbers for canning and pickling for open ground.

Advantages of the variety
: resistance to short-term cold snaps, extended period of fruiting.

Agricultural technology: seeds or 20-25 day old seedlings are planted in unheated greenhouses and in the ground at the end of May. Planting density 3-4 plants per 1 m². The seeding depth is 1.5-2 cm. The soil should be fertile with high aeration (add sawdust, leaves).

Cucumbers Corinna F1

An ultra-early ripening, high-yielding parthenocarpic hybrid of German-bred cucumbers for open and protected ground with a friendly yield. The plant is medium-sized.

Cucumbers (improvement of F1 Horses in shape and color) - gherkins, 8-10 cm long, dark green, small tubercles, white thorns, genetically without bitterness, excellent consistency. They remain firm and crispy in salting and canning. The hybrid is resistant to a number of diseases.

Agrotechnics
: in greenhouses and in the ground, seeds or 20-25 day old seedlings are planted at the end of May with a planting density of 3 plants per 1 m² and a seeding depth of 1.5 cm. Care: regular watering with warm water. Once every 10 days, watering is combined with top dressing (1 liter of manure or 10 grams of urea per 10 liters of water). The plant is formed by pinching over the Z-leaf.

Gherkin Madame F1

Early maturing (43-48 days) bee-pollinated hybrid for growing in open ground and in a greenhouse. The plants are vigorous, mainly with a female type of flowering and a bundle arrangement of ovaries (3-6 per node).

Cucumbers are short, cylindrical, often and small tuberous, dark green with small white stripes, white-spiked, with a thin delicate skin, up to 10-12 cm long, weighing 65-85 grams, dense, do not outgrow or turn yellow.

Cucumber yield Madame F1
: 10.5 - 14.0 kg / m².

Hybrid value
: resistance to downy mildew and root rot, intense fruit formation and friendly yield, no bitterness. Zelentsy of this variety are recommended for fresh consumption, canning, cooking of lightly salted cucumbers.

The plant is formed by pinching over a 3-leaf.

Cucumber varieties Graceful

Early maturing (40-50 days), bee-pollinated variety, for open ground, medium-growing. It is resistant to olive stain and has high cold resistance.

Zelentsy are small-tuberous, white-spiked, 10-13 cm long, weighing about 140 grams.

The yield of cucumbers of the Graceful variety
: 5 - 7 kg / sq. m.

It is recommended to plant this variety according to the scheme: 50 x 50 cm.

Cucumber variety Graceful is perfect not only for fresh consumption, but also for pickling and pickling.

Cucumbers Alligator F1

Early maturing (46-48 days) bee-pollinated hybrid, with long fruiting, for spring film greenhouses and open ground. The plant is powerful, vigorous.

Cucumbers are elongated-cylindrical, green, large-lumpy, shiny, with a thin delicate skin, 35-40 cm long, sweet, juicy, fragrant.

Cucumber yield Alligator
: 14 - 16 kg / m².

Hybrid value
: resistance to downy mildew and powdery mildew, long fruiting period, excellent taste. Recommended for fresh consumption and canning in sliced ​​wedges.

Cucumber Chinese disease-resistant F1

Hybrids of the "Chinese Sustainable" series are distinguished by high productivity, endurance and excellent quality. Mid-early (48-54 days) hybrid for growing in open (on trellises) and protected ground. The plant is vigorous, with short internodes and small leaves, forms into a single stem.

Cucumbers are smooth, cylindrical, dark green, with a shiny large-tuberous surface, smooth at the base, "with a handle", 30-35 cm long. Taste qualities are high.

Hybrid value
: high resistance to disease, hardiness to cold and low light. Recommended for salads, canning and pickling in sliced ​​wedges.

Gherkin Son of the F1 Regiment, characteristic

Mid-early (40-45 days) bee-pollinated hybrid of cucumbers for open ground and film shelters. The plant is medium-sized, medium-branched, mainly of the female flowering type.

Cucumbers are oval, rarely- and large-tuberous, green with short stripes, white-spiked, 6-8 cm long, do not outgrow or turn yellow.

Cucumber yield son of the regiment
: 3.6 - 4.5 kg / m 2.

Hybrid value
: resistance to downy mildew, cucumber mosaic virus, scab of pumpkin crops, abundant and long-term fruiting, high taste, technological and commercial qualities, suitability for collecting and processing gherkins and pickles (2-4 cm). The appointment is universal.

Cucumbers variety Pickled

Early maturing (41-46 days) bee-pollinated variety for open ground. The plant is long-leaved, medium-sized, medium-branched, of a mixed type of flowering.

Cucumbers are elongated-cylindrical, large tuberous, green with light stripes of medium length, with black pubescence, 10-11 cm long, weighing 100-125 grams.

Cucumber yield Pickling
: 3.5 - 5 kg / sq. m.

Variety value
in resistance to downy mildew, stable yield, presentation and high salting qualities. The variety is recommended for pickling.

Cucumbers Director F1

Early maturing (from germination to the beginning of fruiting 43-45 days), parthenocarpic hybrid. The plant is vigorous with a well-developed root system. In one node, 2-3 fruits are formed.

Fruits are cylindrical, large tuberous, dark green, white-thorn, 9-10 cm long, 3-3.5 cm in diameter, weighing 65-80 grams, genetically without bitterness. The top of the fruit is green, does not turn yellow from the first to the last harvest. Taste and commercial qualities are excellent. Also, this hybrid is characterized by high shade tolerance and a long fruiting period.

The hybrid is resistant to cucumber mosaic virus, powdery mildew, cucumber vessel yellowing virus, and downy mildew. Cucumber Director is recommended for growing in greenhouses: in the first turn - 3-3.5 plants / sq.m and, especially, in the second turn - 2.5-3 plants / sq.m, as well as in open ground. It is used for both fresh consumption and canning.

What varieties of cucumbers do you grow? Which ones are the most productive? And the most delicious, without bitterness? What varieties of cucumbers would you recommend for the Moscow region, Siberia, the North-West?

Your feedback on the varieties of cucumbers will help many gardeners choose the best varieties and hybrids for planting. Attach a photo if possible.

Top gardeners reviews

tested 18 varieties of cucumbers. planted 48 pieces in a row in the open ground of each variety. all parthenocarpic, best sv 4097, director, bern, masha, ajax. slightly worse satin, capricorn, artist, avelange, warrior. it's in gorlovka in 2018

Pskov region. This year Murashka disappointed, although the two previous years pleased, and the main harvest was harvested from the Harmonist cucumbers, the taste is also good

Salad long-fruited "Borisych" F1

Say whatever you like, but there is no better “Tempo” for cucumbers. And they ascended perfectly and all are strewn. Others - because of the cold weather sowed ... 07/30/18. Lutoyar, Bejo, Atik, Vyatich, Artist, Bjorn and Shtandar are still growing ... only 11 bushes.

Last year she planted such varieties as - Emerald Stream, Emerald Earrings, Balcony Miracle. Ural gherkin, Chinese snake, harvested a very good harvest both for salting and for salads. This year I will try the Harmonist variety (early gherkins without pollination). April and Zazulya are always in the greenhouse until mid-September.

I plant April in the greenhouse, until late autumn with the harvest. You can also grind it. And in the beds Klavdia, Herman, Mashinka, Marinda, Kustovoy. Ogurtsov is always the sea. Yaroslavl region.

This year she grew up in a greenhouse in the Vologda region. hybrid Blizzard. Oh-oh-really liked the cucumbers, abundant fruiting!

I plant Standard F1 cucumbers in the greenhouse. Harvest, beautiful and unkillable. The manufacturer claims that it is also suitable for soil. I buy on the website of the manufacturer's company: “Good seeds”. I recommend to beginners.

I agree with the latest comments. You need to plant proven hybrids, the same Zyatek or Mother-in-law. They won't let you down. You just need to take it in the packages of the one who produces them (Gavrish), otherwise you can run into a fake and often look at the registry.

I read what you offer is very expensive, for example, Herman Ekkol Masha I plant all the way through the zozulya runner and other results are not worse, the main thing is to keep the cucumbers under a film and not a covering one, the cucumber loves a bath and often sprinkle the ashes of good luck to everyone

You can find out the characteristics of varieties, hybrids in the state register. If cultivation in the open field is in the first place, then the plant must be pinched. If for greenhouses, protected ground, then pinching is not necessary. It is not recommended to grow both bee-pollinated hybrids (varieties) and parthenocarpics in the same greenhouse: cucumbers will be bitter, crooked, or they will not be at all

I LIKE ECOLE, FAITHFUL FRIENDS, JOYFUL FAMILY. IN GENERAL HOW MUCH I PLANTED PARTENOCARPICS, EVERYTHING WELL BEARING, ONLY IT IS NECESSARY TO CARE FOR THEM AS IT IS RELIED. MORE MOSCOW EVENINGS A GOOD YIELD GAVE, AND HAVE BEEN BEARING LONG.

In the Leningrad Region, in a film tunnel, on a tapestry, Alex, Merengue, Madame and Mademoiselle do not let them down. Last year I tried the Chelyabinsk hybrids - RMT, Siberian Garland, Perfection itself, Sheaf splendor. My usual hybrids have lost a lot.

I really like German, Courage, Masha, and Manul cucumbers, especially Maryina Roshcha. I grow in the Samara region

The best variety of Muromsky cucumbers. He has excellent taste and pickling qualities. Description: bee-pollinated early ripe variety of national selection, for open ground. One of the earliest ripening - begins to bear fruit 32-40 days after germination. Plants are bushy, whips are short. Greens ellipsoid or ovoid, large tuberous, light green. Weight 50-70 g. Requires frequent harvesting, as the fruits quickly turn yellow. Universal use - one of the best varieties for pickling.

In the greenhouse this year, she planted Murashka, June early ripening, Red mullet. From the first two I am simply delighted - set with bouquets, amicable response, although the Little Red mullet is not bad. For the Leningrad region, there are excellent varieties, tender and small-seeded, delicious in salting (I have already tried it). I will definitely plant these hybrids.

Variety White Angel. I would say that they are TASTY, if you take an ordinary Rodnichek, Masha, Herman, they are already sweetish, and these seem to me like cucumber grass, only that they look cool, and there is no bitterness, even the smell is not very pronounced, not in delighted !!

And this is the newest hybrid of ATIK F1 cucumber, providing an early high yield in difficult weather conditions. Good both in salads and in seaming

New parthenocarpic hybrid ALPACA F1, Bejo, Holland. An excellent universal gherkin cucumber. Resistant to most diseases affecting cucumbers in open and closed ground. Grows in open ground and in film shelters, feels confident on a trellis

And last summer I tried to plant cucumbers from the “Ural Series”. These are “Siberian Garland”, “RMT”, “Perfection itself”. Of course, she did not collect a record harvest (they promised up to 400 cucumbers from the bush), but still the yield is much higher than the usual varieties (I tried it both in the greenhouse and in the garden). Although from my beloved "Libella", "Claudia" and "Tempa" I will never give up.

Cucumbers Masha, very cute and tasty, and also fruitful.

I plant Gavrish seeds every year. I like them very much in terms of yield and germination. I plant in the first place - Courage. These are great cucumbers. I also plant Goosebump, Lilliput, Red mullet, I also like Masha, Mother-in-law, Zyatok. But of course I just respect the Dutch. They are more resistant to diseases, more productive and bear fruit for a long time, longer than domestic ones.

I liked the variety Mirabella

I really liked the cucumbers: Nord Stream, Grasshopper, Courage. Ekol for Siberia are very good. try not regret it.

I love Balkonny f1 cucumbers, it will feel good in the greenhouse too. The cucumbers are tender, with a thin skin.

I grow cucumbers Goosebump F1, they bear fruit very well in our region. They are bunchy, self-pollinated, good for a greenhouse. Harvestable and tasty, suitable for salads and salting. I have them from Gavrish. And for open ground, cucumbers Ant F1 are good, they are smaller and can also be used for salad and for canning. Also fruitful.

What fruitful varieties of cucumbers would you recommend for the Moscow region? For greenhouses and open ground.


White broad-chested

The name of the turkey breeds often comes from their native places or external signs of the bird. So in this case, possessing snow-white plumage and a strongly protruding chest, the variety was deservedly called white wide-breasted turkeys.

The homeland of the breed of wide-breasted turkeys is America. The birds are large, massive, with a variegated head without feathers. The skin on the head is red, the face has a bright blue tint.

The large, voluminous beak of males is equipped with a cutaneous process. The neck without feather cover has many folds. In females, the neck looks elongated, covered on the outside with white feathers. Coral growth and horn are absent.

The bird can be kept both in a cage and in pasture conditions. Chicks develop in the same way. Individuals holding for fattening require up to 350 g of feed. The feed contains grains of barley, wheat, corn.

There are three types of birds:

  • light chicks reach a weight of up to 4 kg in three months. Adult turkey weight - 9 kg, turkeys - 6 kg
  • an average turkey poultry three months old weigh 4 kg. On average, males weigh 17 kg, turkeys 7 kg
  • heavy young animals are fattened for three months, during which time they gain up to 5 kg. Adult males weigh about 22 kg, females - 10 kg.

The growing chicks are sent for slaughter at the age of two months. At this age, they reach a sufficient mass. Turkeys mature at seven to nine months. This variety is characterized by rapid maturity. Over the seasonal period, the laying hen gives an average of one hundred eighty gram eggs.


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