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Sow the seeds an inch deep with 36 inches between plants. If you are using a trellis, a foot between plants is adequate. Cucumbers will need regular watering while growing. When ready to harvest, cut the Bush Crop cucumbers at the stem. Said to originate in India, Bush Crop is an annual, lasting a year in sub-tropic to temperate climates. Bush Crop requires a good amount of maintenance. Be sure to keep soil from becoming dry and keep an eye out for pests. Plant a couple of weeks after the last frost. The fruits the plant bears are long and thick, reaching up to 8 inches long and an inch wide. They have a light almsot sweet taste and an aroma to match. Harvest when the fruits are tender. Observe closely. If the fruit is too soft, it has been too long.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003c!--split--\u003e"}
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Cucumber Seeds - Bush Crop

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55 days. Bush Crop is an excellent variety for small gardens. This plant produces 6 to 8 inch, slightly tapered fruits on a dwarf vine. A very productive plant, Bush Crop tends to produce small blooming flowers in the spring. Sc. The Bush Crop cucumber is a large variety of cucumber that is sweet and tender. The Bush Crop is green and smooth, and grows to be six to eight inches long. Since this variety is mature in fifty five days, a steady harvest can be achieved by planting regularly throughout the season. Approx. 910 seeds/oz.

Growing Bush Crop Cucumber Garden Seeds

  • Latin Name: Cucumis sativus
  • Other Names:
  • Days to Maturity: 55 days
  • Hardiness Zone: 3-12
  • Planting Depth: 1"
  • Plant Spacing: 18"
  • Row Spacing: 5'
  • Growth Habit: Vine
  • Soil Preference: Well drained, temperature between 65 and 75 degrees.
  • Temp Preference: Warmer
  • Light Preference: Full Sun
  • Diseases/pests: Susceptible to corn wireworms, cutworms, and fungal diseases
  • Color:Green
  • Flavor:Sweet

Bush Crop cucumber seeds need full sun and should be planted in warm soil with a pH level between 6 and 6.8. Sow the seeds an inch deep with 36 inches between plants. If you are using a trellis, a foot between plants is adequate. Cucumbers will need regular watering while growing. When ready to harvest, cut the Bush Crop cucumbers at the stem. Said to originate in India, Bush Crop is an annual, lasting a year in sub-tropic to temperate climates. Bush Crop requires a good amount of maintenance. Be sure to keep soil from becoming dry and keep an eye out for pests. Plant a couple of weeks after the last frost. The fruits the plant bears are long and thick, reaching up to 8 inches long and an inch wide. They have a light almsot sweet taste and an aroma to match. Harvest when the fruits are tender. Observe closely. If the fruit is too soft, it has been too long.

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