Characteristics of the variety of cucumbers Mamluk f1

As a result of crossing several varieties, a variety of cucumbers Mamluk was bred. In a short time, the hybrid has gained popularity among both amateurs and professionals.

Characteristics of the variety of cucumbers Mamluk f1

The variety is resistant to adverse conditions, undemanding to care, suitable for industrial cultivation.

Grade characteristics

Mamluk f1 is an early variety, it begins to bear fruit in 45-50 days from the moment of sowing seeds, suitable for double crop rotation. Cucumbers of this variety can be sown for the first time in spring, and the second in summer. Harvest twice in one season. The fruiting period is about 2 months.

Mamluk cucumber is a self-pollinating variety, and therefore suitable for growing in open ground and in different types of greenhouses. They can be used for growing at home.

Bush description

The bush is medium-tall, with well-developed climbing stems, moderately branched. The length of the main lash is up to 2 m, the side shoots reach a length of up to 1 m, the antennae are well developed, easily attached to the support. Large-sized leaves have a heart shape, bright green color, a rough surface. Peduncles strong and short, flowers of medium size, typical for cucumbers form. The female flowering prevails, 2-3 ovaries form in the nodes.

Description of the fetus

Variety Mamluk F1 has a beautiful smooth fruit 10-12 cm long, gherkin type. The ratio of length to width of the fetus is 3.5: 1. Zelentsy have a presentable presentation.

Fetal Characteristic:

  • dense rough skin;
  • skin color deep green with white stripes;
  • the tuberosity is clear, well traced;
  • spikes are white, medium length;
  • the flesh is light, uniform, crisp;
  • seeds are small, located in shallow seed chambers.

The yield of cucumber Mamlyuk high, 11-14 kg per 1 square. m. The fruits have a good taste, fresh cucumber aroma. The variety is universal, suitable for providing the market with fresh products, it is well transportable and retains its shape and juiciness during short-term storage.


Proper care of Mamluk cucumbers comes down to a simple cultivation technology, which involves regular watering and top dressing. The variety is undemanding to soil and resistant to temperature fluctuations.


All vegetables in the pumpkin family are hygrophilous, require regular moderate watering, especially during the period of increasing air temperature and at the time of setting and fruit growth.

Cucumbers are watered with well-maintained water with a temperature not lower than the ground. It is imperative to uphold tap water saturated with chlorine. Chlorine adversely affects the growth of cucumbers. Water from a well or well does not require settling, but it must be warm: cold water slows down the consumption of nutrients by the bushes and can provoke root rot and other fungal diseases. Plants are watered at least 3 times a week, during cold weather watering is reduced.

Top dressing

Plant needs fertilizer

It is important to observe the feeding regimen of cucumbers. It is enough to fertilize them 4 times per season:

  • In the period of active growth before flowering.
  • When the bushes bloom intensely.
  • At the beginning of mass fruiting.
  • During fruit ripening to continue fruiting.

You can use mineral and organic fertilizers.

To obtain organic products, the first feeding is carried out with chicken droppings. 200 g of litter is poured into 10 liters of water and insisted 48 hours. Before use, 1 glass of manure is diluted in a bucket of clean water and poured with the mixture of cucumbers on moistened soil under a bush, avoiding contact with leaves and stems.

For the second and third feeding, herbal tea is prepared. 1 kg of grass (weeds, medicinal herbs) is poured into 10 liters of water and left to ferment for several days. Before use, dilute in a proportion of 1 liter of infusion to 10 liters of water, water the bushes.

The fourth top dressing is carried out using ash. It is brought under the bush, embedded in the ground and well-watered. Or dissolve 1 tbsp. ashes in a bucket of water, after which they are watered or sprayed with the resulting solution.

Pests and diseases

According to the description, the cucumber Mamluk is resistant to diseases, especially to cladosporiosis and parasporosis.

Cucumbers are prone to defeat:

  • Fusarium infection
  • anthracosis;
  • powdery mildew;
  • root rot.

To enhance the immune processes, the bushes are preventively treated with a PhytoDoctor or Trichodermin. These biological products are environmentally friendly and safe; they are good in the prevention of diseases of vegetable crops.

To ensure the protection of plants from pests, folk remedies are used that can repel harmful insects. Among them, infusions on onion peel, garlic and bitter herbs with a strong smell (wormwood, St. John's wort, thyme) are especially popular.

Well-established for pest control Haupsin. This drug has in addition to insecticidal action and fungicidal properties. If you spray the cucumbers every 2 weeks with Haupsin, they will be protected.


Cucumber Mamlyuk f1 - a quality, easy-to-care variety. High productivity and a long fruiting period allows it to be used both in industrial cultivation and in farms.


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