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Organic Green Finger Cucumber  Organic Non-GMO Green Finger Cucumber - OPEN-POLLINATED

Thin, tender skin, crisp flesh and a small seed cavity. Green Finger blew away hybrids in our trials for quality and yield. Unusually durable for this type; no wrapping needed! A field or open tunnel variety bred by Cornell University; requires pollination for fruit set. Beit Alphas are similar to European/Dutch types with the same ribbed skin but smaller. Gourmet Beit Alpha-type · 6-8" fruit (Cucumis sativus)

Days to maturity: 60 days
Disease Resistance: Powdery Mildew, Papaya Ringspot Virus, Watermelon Mosaic Virus, Zucchini Yellows Mosaic Virus
SKU Description Our price
2425A 1/16 OZ $2.75
2425B 1/4 OZ $6.50
2425C 1 OZ $16.00
2425D 1/4 LB $39.00
2425L001 1 LB $124.00
2425L005 5 LB $550.00 $110.00/LB
2425L025 25 LB (includes $14 S&H) $2464.00 $98.00/LB

Unit Size
Item Code Variety Name DTM Type Parthenocarpic (needs no pollinator) Disease Resistance Standout Characteristics
2432 Picolino F1 50 European slicer CMV, CVYV, PM, SCAB, TLS mini English, pick at 4-5" long, sweet flavor, crisp texture, thin skin, good for field or high tunnel
2421 Socrates F1 52 European slicer PM, SCAB best harvested at 7", good for field or high tunnel, especially suited to fall/winter greenhouse conditions when light levels are low
2424 Silver Slicer 52 European slicer     creamy white slicer with mild flavor, juicy texture and thin skin; long and slender with smooth skin; IR to powdery mildew
2419 Manny F1 55 European slicer PM, CVYV beit alpha type, burpless with delicious mild flavor and thin skin great for salads and snacking; high yields of marketable fruit
2428 Tyria F1 58 European slicer PM, SCAB, TLS 14" long, burpless type, smooth and thin skin, slightly ribbed, crisp, mildly sweet, never bitter, trellis for straight fruit, can be grown indoors all year
2425 Green Finger 60 European slicer   PM, PRS, WMV, ZYMV 8-10" long, beit alpha type, thin skin, exceptional flavor, small seed cavity, stores well, good for high tunnels and field production

Organic Summer Squash - Growing and Seed Saving Info

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Types of  Summer Squash
Summer squashes (Cucurbita pepo) are warm-season annuals in the Cucurbitiacea family, which includes cucumbers, melons, winter squash, and gourds. Commonly grown types include:
  • Zucchini
  • Crookneck
  • Specialty types can be scalloped, round or pale green.
Soil  and Nutrient Requirements
Plants need loose, fertile, well drained soil with plenty of nitrogen and a pH 5.8-6.8. Fertilize seedlings with fish emulsion if leaves yellow.
Full Sun
Seeding Depth
Seeding Rate
Direct seeding: 2-3 seeds every 12-24", thin to 1 plant
Plant Spacing
Row Spacing
When to Sow
Days to maturity are from direct seeding, subtract 2 weeks if transplanting. Direct seed as soon as chance of all frost has passed or start transplants 3-4 weeks before planting date. Optimum soil temperature for germination is about 85ºF and little or no germination occurs below 60ºF. Harden off plants by reducing temperature, water, and fertilizer. Many growers plant multiple successions of summer squash during a season to ensure continuous harvest, transplanting the first succession immediately after frost-free day and the final succession three months before the expected first frost. 
Other Considerations
Black plastic mulch and floating row cover can be used to increase soil and air temperature, as well as ward off cucumber beetles which feast on young seedlings and also spread disease.
Frost Tolerant
No. Plants will die.
Drought Tolerant
Uneven moisture causes misshapen fruit.
Heat Tolerant
Seed Specs
Zucchini- 155-260 seeds/oz. (185 avg), 2,500-4,200 (3,000 avg) seeds/lb; Summer Squash- 262-375 seeds/oz (280 avg), 4,200-6,000 (4,500 avg) seeds/lb; Scallopini- 262-355 seeds/oz (300 avg), 4,200-5,700 (4,800 avg) seeds/lb;
Seeding Rate
Zucchini- 12,000 seeds/acre (4 lbs), using 2 seeds every 18”, 5’ centers. Summer Squash- 12,000 seeds/acre (2.7 lbs), using 2 seeds every 18”, 5’ centers. Scallopini- 12,000 seeds/acre (2.5 lbs), using 2 seeds every 18”, 5’ centers.
Best quality fruit are harvested at 5 – 8” or smaller, while skin is soft and somewhat glossy.  Harvest fruits every other day to for best size and quality and to maintain plants’ productivity. 
Fruits are very perishable, but will store 3 to 4 days at 35 - 40ºF and 90% relative humidity.
Pest Info
  • Striped Cucumber beetle feeding can damage young leaves so extensively that plants either die or are stunted in growth. Dipping or spraying seedlings with kaolin clay can significantly deter infestations. Combine clay with insecticidal soap (such as Safer Brand™) or neem (such as Ahimsa Neem Oil). Use of a trap crop preferred by cucumber beetles, such as blue hubbard squash, lures beetles away from main crop.  Crop rotation, removal of crop debris to discourage overwintering populations, and use of floating row cover can be effective in controlling cucumber beetles.
  • Squash vine borer will cause plants to look wilted even when moisture is plentiful. Slice open stem and remove and destroy.
  • Squash bugs can be controlled by handpicking. Bury or compost plant residues at the end of the season.
Disease Info
  • Powdery mildew can be checked by providing good air circulation. Give plants wide spacing and eliminate weeds, especially milkweed, marshcress and yellowrocket. Choose resistant varieties.
  • Fruit rots such as anthracnose, scab, and fusarium fruit rot are common under wet conditions. Space plants apart, avoid wetting foliage and water early in the day so that leaves can dry.
  • Fusarium Wilt is caused by the fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Melonis (Fom), and can be seed and/or soil borne.
  • Bacterial Wilt and Cucumber mosaic virus should be controlled by removing and destroying infected plants.
Seed Saving Instructions
 Insect pollinated. Take caution unless you are hand pollinating, as many summer squash varieties are the same species as many pumpkins and winter squashes. Different varieties of the same species need to be isolated by 1/4 mile to prevent cross-pollination. Barriers such as tree lines, woods or buildings existing between the fields can reduce this distance. Treat summer squash the same as usually done for winter storage of squashes and pumpkins, allowing summer squash varieties to grow to a large size with a hard outside skin. After all squashes have reached this stage, harvest and let them sit for a period of after-ripening for 3-6 weeks or up to several months. Remove the seeds, rinse in water and dry. Use of a 1/2" and 1/4" screen can help with cleaning. Squash seeds remain viable for 6 years under cool and dry storage conditions.

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