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Posted by DonShirer
(Westbrook, CT - Zone 6a) on Sep 24, 2017 2:24 AM concerning plant:
Smooth skinned slicers with mild taste. They can get up to a foot long, but I picked them at 9" for fewer seeds. Only a slight curl when grown on a trellis. Did not produce as many fruit as my other cukes this year. I can't confirm the "burpless" claims since I've grown at least a dozen different varieties and never had one that made me burp!
Posted by Trish
(Jacksonville, TX - Zone 8a) on May 12, 2022 9:03 AM concerning plant:
(60 days). This gynoecious (produces mostly female flowers) slicing cucumber produces huge 10-inch, burpless fruits. Testers were impressed with hybrid plants' ability to withstand adverse weather. Flavor is average, but fruits contain only a few large seeds.
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