Description of Shosh Cucumber
If you are a lover of delicious vegetables, then Shosha cucumber is just the variety that you need. According to many farmers, such a vegetable crop is unpretentious in cultivation and has good taste. Cucumbers have long taken root in our national dishes. Not a single feast is complete without such a vegetable crop.
Description of Shosh Cucumber
Description of vegetable culture
Shosha cucumber f1 - a hybrid type of vegetable, bred by Russian breeders. Culture can grow in all regions of the country. Especially for this type of vegetables, the climate of the central regions of the country is suitable.
Unpretentious and resistant to weather changes, vegetables can be grown in three ways:
- in greenhouse conditions;
- landing in open ground;
- growth on the windowsill at home.
Has a female type of flowering and is a self-pollinating plant. The flowers are bright yellow in appearance, resembling a crown. Shosha cucumber f1 grows to 1.5 m in height. Fruiting begins 38-45 days after planting.
Each node is capable of forming up to 3-4 green leaves. The characteristic indicates that the vegetable crop has a strong root system that supplies the entire plant with nutrients. Productivity is relatively high from m2 to 18 kg of vegetables.
In the description, Shosha cucumbers f1 are delicious crispy vegetables that you will like for their sweet taste and complete absence of bitterness. With a longitudinal section of the void, a lot of seeds are not formed, but they taste good:
- color is dark green;
- hilly surface;
- peel - thin, pleasant to taste;
- flesh is sweetish, light green in color;
- fruit weight 50-60 g;
- oblong shape, size about 11 cm in length and 3 cm in diameter.
Advantages and disadvantages
First of all, the advantages of Shosha f1 cucumbers are its excellent taste, pleasant taste, they are suitable for raw consumption and the production of pickles. Everyone knows that you can make excellent pickles and marinades from F1. Another of the main advantages is high productivity.
Shosha cucumber f1 people grow for their own consumption. They are also grown on an industrial scale for sale or processing in production, where pickles are made from them. Vegetable culture has a high degree of keeping quality and retains its external and internal qualities for two weeks after harvest. That is why Shosha cucumbers are excellently transportable and can be exported to other countries.
This variety will provide you with a good harvest.
Also, to everything else, the vegetable is used in cosmetology and traditional medicine. Cucumber masks cleanse and refresh the complexion, relieve swelling of the lower eyelid. The negative sides of the variety are not observed. Cons can be identified only in the case of individual human addictions to certain taste qualities.
There are two ways to plant cucumbers: to plant seeds or to grow seedlings, and then to plant it in open ground. To grow seedlings, we need small boxes that we fill with earth. We put seeds for seedlings to the bottom. Before landing, a period of 4 weeks must pass. Planting seedlings as well as seeds in open ground should not be earlier than mid-April.
So that the plant can cope with the temperature difference, the seedlings are tempered in advance. Boxes with sprouts should be taken out into the fresh air for an hour, and then completely left for half a day. So we prepare sprouts for possible frosts. The seeds should also be hardened: for this, they are first soaked in copper sulfate, and then wrapped in a damp towel and placed in the refrigerator for 2 hours.
Before sowing seeds, fertilize the soil and saturate it with oxygen. To do this, dig the soil, fertilizing with humus or chicken droppings. You can start planting a vegetable crop when the air temperature stabilizes and the temperature is 15 17.
You need to plant seeds according to the scheme of no more than 4-5 plants per m2, so that during the growth they do not interfere with each other. To plant sprouts, we need to dig small holes. At the bottom of the recesses, we will make sand drainage.
After you have sown the seeds, future seedlings will need proper care:
- moderate watering is required every day;
- several times a week you should weed your sprouts in order to provide the root system with oxygen;
- the proper growth of the plant should also be monitored, unnecessary ovaries should be broken;
- with intensive growth should be flavored with liquid fertilizers;
- also the plant requires garter.
Pests and diseases
If the leaves of the cucumbers began to fade and turn yellow, then this is an occasion to beware. Perhaps the plant has undergone a fungal infection, which affects the overall development of the plant and the quality of the fruit. Mold causes diseases such as Nematode and Cladosporiosis.
In order to get rid of fungal infections, you should treat the seeds before planting with fungicides or fertilize with a solution of copper sulfate in a ratio of 1:10.
Vegetable crops are also susceptible to pest attacks. Aphids and Leafworms can slow down the growth and development of a plant. In the fight against harmful insects, pesticides and folk remedies are used: treatment with garlic infusion or a solution of manganese.