Cucumber Seeds - Muncher


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65-70 days. Muncher Cucumber Seeds. Cucumis sativus. Non-GMO. Heirloom. One of the most reliably productive and tolerant grows on the farm or in the home garden, Muncher cucumber has become an exceedingly popular crop for replete, steady harvests. A disease-hardy vining crop with a long harvest window of 8-9" long fruits, Muncher is grown for its thin-skinned and low-acidic cucumbers, ideal for slicing, canning, and fresh eating. Excellent with balsamic, in salads or even makes a good pickle. Good producer Approx 863 seeds/oz.

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Growing Non-GMO Muncher Cucumber Vegetable Seeds

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  • Latin Name: Cucumis sativus
  • Hardiness Zone: Annual 3-11
  • Days to Maturity: 55-60
  • Days to Germination: 3-10
  • Seeding Depth: 1"
  • Plant Spacing: 36-48"
  • Row Spacing: 36-48"
  • Plant Height: 6-12"
  • Growth Habit: Vining
  • Soil Preference: Loamy, sandy, fertilized, well drained
  • Temperature Preference: 65-85 °F
  • Light Preference: Full sun
  • Pests and Diseases: Watch for cucumber beetles, squash bugs, aphids. Mildew and spotting may occur in poorly drained soil.
  • Muncher Burpless Color: Softer green skin compared to some dark slicing cucumbers
  • Muncher Burpless Flavor: Sweet, crunchy, and low acid

  • How to Grow Muncher Cucumber from Seed

    Cucumber is a warm weather crop best if begun indoors 4-6 weeks prior to final spring frost. Plant 3-4 seeds 1" deep per individual cell in loamy, sandy, well-drained soil with a pH of 6-6.5. Seeds germinate in 3-10 days, transplanting best starts 36-48" apart in the garden once true leaves establish. Cucumbers perform best when grown on 8" tall mounds and provided a trellis to minimize crowding. Shallow roots will benefit from regular watering and top layer of mulch. Bush varieties perform well in pots and containers.

    Muncher has white spines, averages 5-6" long and 2" in width. This Cucmber has vigorous vines.

    Muncher Burpless Cucumber in the Vegetable Garden

    Cucumbers usually have both male and female flowers. It is the female flower that produces fruit while the male flower produces primarily pollen. Sow between March and April. Plant this heirloom next to corn or radish and avoid potato, cauliflower, and basil.

    Plant Muncher Cucumber seeds in the ground ½" under moist, well-draining mounded soil. In 65 days, the cucumbers will be ready for harvest. Produces an almost spineless fruit that is 6-8 inches long. Muncher cucumber does not need pollinators to fruit. Plants will grow seedless cucumber fruits. Can be planted in greenhouses to extend the growing season.

    Harvesting Muncher Burpless Cucumbers

    Many varieties of cucumber are ready for harvest about 60 days from sowing while smaller pickling varieties may be ready sooner. Ripe cucumbers are solid green and firm, becoming bitter and yellow if left on the vine too long. Classic slicing cucumbers are sweetest when 7-9" long, becoming starchy and grainy when reaching 12" or more. Remove fruits with scissors or a knife rather than twisting or plucking to prevent damaging the vine.

    Cucumbers are a great garden vegetable to eat right off the vine, in a salad, or mixed into plain yogurt with herbs.

    About Muncher Cucumber Garden Seeds

    Do you love cucumbers, but can't stand the indigestion that comes later with some varieties? Look no further!

    This is exactly what Muncher Burpless was developed for.

    Enjoy cool, crisp cucumbers without the aftermath.

    Versatile cucumber in the garden. Muncher cucumbers can be eaten fresh and pickled. Better for pickling if the cucumber is picked sooner when they are smaller. Cucumber is refreshing thrown into a pitcher of ice water as well.

    Cucumbers have numerous health benefits. They can aid in hydration due to their high water content. Are a great snack for those looking for something light and filling due to fiber. They also are a great source of Vitamin C. Cucumbers grow well near dill and corn. In fact in the home garden, corn and cucumbers can even share a tellis.

    Muncher Cucumber Seeds Per Package:

    • 3 g - Approximately 91 Seeds
    • 1 oz- Approximately 863 Seeds
    • 4 oz - Approximately 3,452 Seeds
    • 1 lb - Approximately 13,808 Seeds
    • 5 lb - Approximately 69,040 Seeds
    • 25 lb - Approximately 345,200 Seeds

    Non-GMO Muncher cucumber seeds are available for Fast Free Shipping on orders over $45.

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