NEW for 2019! Variety originated in USA. Heavy yielding, gynoecious (produces mostly female flowers) pickling variety. Fruit is a darker green and averages 7.5 cm x 2.5 cm wide (3” x 1” wide) with a minimal amount of small white spines. Very good disease resistance.
How to Grow
Sow 6 seeds per hill in a sunny spot when the soil temperature reaches 18-20°C (65-70°F) or warmer and all danger of frost has passed.
Plant Depth: 2 cm (3/4”). Seeds Per Hill: 6. Thin to: 4 vines/hill. Hill Spacing: 150 cm (60”).
COMMENTS: Well-rotted manure or compost dug into the soil prior to planting is beneficial. Keep soil evenly moist.