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Seeds of the salad cucumber Chaynese snake - a non-hybrid variety with a curved shape and great taste

Seeds of the salad cucumber Chaynese snake - a non-hybrid variety with a curved shape and great taste
Seeds of the salad cucumber Chaynese snake - a non-hybrid variety with a curved shape and great taste
  • Packing / number of seeds: 2 g (about 56 - 70 varieties of Chaynese snake cucumber seeds in one pack).
  • Sowing rate: 150 to 200 grams of seeds per 1 acre.
  • Harvest.
  • Sowing period: For medium-early sowing it is done between 20 April and 20 May and for late sowing from 25 June to 5 July.
  • Period of sowing: When at least 2 of the true petals appear.
  • Cultivation scheme.
  • Vegetation: About 70 days.
  • Fruit characteristics: Curved fruit of unusual shape, cylindrical and with a pointed end, oblong, dark green and smooth, with white-coloured warts.

The Garden Centre Seed Shop offers all its current and future customers the seeds of the cucumber variety Chaynese Snake from its catalogue.

These salad cucumbers got their name because of their really unusual curved and cylindrical shapes, hence their name - in English - "Chinese snake".

Cucumbers of the Chaynese snake type produce highly curved snake-shaped fruit with unusual shapes, ;ilindrical and pointed at both ends, dark green in colour and smooth, here and there splashed with characteristic fine white warts.

They belong by classification to the species of the long-fruited non-hybrid cucumber. They can be grown successfully without much effort or care, and are not particularly demanding with regard to soil, climate, cold and heat, as well as irrigation and fertilisation. That is why they are among the preferred cucumber varieties not only by professional and experienced vegetable growers in our country, but also by amateur gardeners who grow them in their yards and gardens.

However, the experts from our Online Shop advise you to regularly weed around the cucumber plantations and watch out for pests on the vegetable, as well as for the appearance of characteristic diseases on cucumbers.

The Cucumber Chaynese Snake likes to grow in places exposed to constant sunshine, rich in slightly acidic soils.

The seeds are sown 1,3 cm into the soil and produce sprouts at a temperature of at least 15 degrees Celsius. Sowing usually takes place after frost - for medium-early sowing between 20 April and 20 May, and for late sowing between 25 June and 5 July. You only need 150 to 200 grams of this whimsical but tasty and appetising cucumber seed per hectare.

Transplant when at least 2 of the true cucumber petals have emerged. It is advisable to leave a distance of about 25 cm from plant to plant.

The average growing season of a Chignese Snake cucumber is about 70 days and the plant produces a high yield of quality cucumbers with minimal but regular care.

The snake cucumber is mostly used for eating fresh immediately after picking, and it makes gorgeous salads, often in combination with other vegetables such as tomato, fennel, garlic, onion, pepper.

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