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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Dual purpose, easy to grow
What are the cons? None
We planted these last fall in our garden...we picked approximately 200 lbs. of cucumbers. I did trellis with t-posts and garden twine. We also had a great season of rain. We planted them again this year and they have performed well yet again. While we depended on rain last fall, this fall I have a drip line. I tried trellising them again, the plants were so heavy, my twine broke, but it didn't affect the production. However, rain is ALWAYS better than city water. :) The heat is extreme and the leaves don't look as green and beautiful, but there are flowers covering the vines. Due to the extreme heat, we have picked approximately 96lbs so far....this has been over course of 3 months. I believe the heat and lack of rain has influenced production in comparison to last year. They make great slicing and pickling cucumbers. We will continue to use these. Good luck!!!
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9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow and very prolific
What are the cons? Get soft quickly
These are the best cukes for fresh eating we have tried. I love that they are spineless so even my 3 year old can help pick them! They make great pickles too, but our favorite way to eat them is fresh with a little homemade ranch dressing or on a salad!
15 out of 15 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific and hardy
Of the three cucumber varieties I grew this year (Muncher, Lemon, and Armenian), this one outperformed by far. I trellised them up a tomato cage and they just kept producing and producing. My garden was flooded and they continued to produce. I left them to fend for themselves when morning sickness took over my life and they still produced. My neighbors' cucumbers had succumbed to the strange weather and mine were still going strong! The other two varieties barely survived our unusually wet Southeast Ohio summer this year. Definitely planting this again!
11 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Flavor, productivity
I grew these cucumbers up a large trellis in a location that was less than ideal; I estimate that these cucumbers got about four hours of sun per day. Muncher yielded more cucumbers earlier than the Sooyow Long cucumbers which grew alongside it. The size and taste of these cucumbers are reminiscent of those of Persian cucumbers; they're especially crunchy, and never bitter.
2 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? great taste, prolific
What are the cons? No indication of origin on pkt
Is the Muncher Cucumber a hybrid?