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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? very tender and sweet
What are the cons? Nothing really, for what it is
I planted this as a late season replacement cucumber for making pickles. It is not a real good cuke for making pickles because it's too soft to make a good crunchy pickle the way a "bred for pickle making" cuke is.
Not a bad tasting table cuke though.
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What are the pros? Green
What are the cons? Not a carrot
If you want a simple cucumber to easily grow and eat fresh, Muncher is a very good choice. Just pick and munch, no need to peel or even slice. Or versatile for other uses. Muncher is a good dependable variety for the home garden.
22 out of 22 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? prolific, disease-res, tasty!
What are the cons? None
Great cucumbers, I grew 9 plants and they provided more cucumbers than I could handle. Once they started producing, I was pulling 3-7 cucumbers every day all the way to the end of September. They were surrounded by zucchini and summer squash that had powdery mildew problems, these guys didn't show a single spore on their leaves. My only complaint is it's hard to use them for pickles because your choice is really gherkins or full large pickles. You generally won't find these being in the middle ground where they're short and stocky like your typical pickling cuke. We solved that by pickling in quarts instead of pints and we're going to grow more than one variety next year. Muncher will probably be a cuke I grow every year, they're just awesome!
15 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? taste, heat tolerance
What are the cons? Aphids loved it
Best darn tasting cucumber I have ever had. I was nervous they would get bitter in the Phoenix heat, but nope, Even the ones I missed that got overgrown tasted fantastic. The taste was so amazing I love them so much. I am going to try to grow them year round here. The only downside - the aphids absolutely LOVED them, too. I had to rigorously spray Neem oil for several weeks and the plants aren't recovering that well. They've only stopped flowering when the temperatures got above 110 degrees. I'll surely grow these every year for the rest of my life. I did not try picking them, just ate fresh.
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific, delicious
What are the cons? Powdery mildew
I’ve grown a lot of different cucumbers over the years and these are definitely my favorite. They really are great to snack on right out of the garden. I wanted to pickle some but never managed to make it that far. I will definitely grow these again. This was a funny summer that started very cold and damp (we’re by the coast) and ended up with tripple digits in early July and then a cooler overcast period. The cucumber made it through. It did get powdery mildew late in July and slow down production significantly. I only pulled a couple small. cucumbers in a two week period. There are more flowers so I’m hoping the plant gets a second wind.