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What are the pros? Grows well,good pickles
What are the cons? 0
These are good for pickling or skinning them and eating them off the vine, they mantain a well crunch after pickling.. if picked early around 6 inches long, they hardly have any seeds and are full of meat.
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What are the pros? Easy to grow, tolerated heat
What are the cons? None
Great for fresh eating and pickling. Grew well in the shade of sunflowers few pest bothered them just a great dual purpose cucumber best for fresh eating at about 6 inches.
What are the pros? Great pickling cucumber
What are the cons? none
This has been a wonderful addition to the garden this year. I've not had great success with cucumbers, but this year has been great! Give them plenty of water and good, rich compost and they will grow. Trellising helps too. I use these for both fresh eating and picking and they are great both ways. Very mild in taste and juicy. I'll have them in my garden from now on.
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What are the pros? Mild taste, heat hardy
After repeated failures with Straight 8 and Marketmore, I tried Muncher and Pickling in 2016. Both did good and Muncher is now my #1 favorite hot summer cucumber. The skin is edible, the flavor mild, and can be used in a smoothie. It is very prolific this summer so I can share some with my neighbor! Highly recommend, especially for hot areas.
What are the pros? NON BITTER, no spines
Great cucumbers, we used to grow some other type of cucumbers that were bitter and had tough skin with tons of those tiny spines on them. These grow very well in heat and give a fair amount of fruit. Firm crunchy fruit and can be seedy but we always scoop the seeds out anyway.