Net Wt. 2g (Approx. 60 to 90 seeds) A main season, open pollinated variety that produces medium-green, tender, mild, burpless fruits that will grow to 8 or 9 inches long on strong, vigorous vines. The smooth skinned, almost spineless, non-bitter fruits remain tender at all stages of development. The fruits are harvested young, 2 to 3 inches, for processed pickles and when allowed to mature are excellent fresh for slicing. Resistant to mosaic virus. This prolific producer grows well in a greenhouse in Alaska and is a Beit Alpha type so under stress it will set fruit without pollination. A second variety used as a pollinator and hand pollination will give additional production.