Net Wt. 3g (Approx. 120 to 130 seeds)
All-American Selections Winner, 1943. An early maturing, open pollinated, American type slicing cucumber that is a greenhouse crop in Alaska. Produces uniform heavy yields of slender, smooth, tapered, dark green, 8 to 9 inch white spined fruits over a long harvest season. A variety that is popular for greenhouse production in the cool areas of northern Europe. Vines will withstand intense heat often found in a home greenhouse. Resistant to powdery mildew. Must be hand pollinated when grown in a greenhouse. This old standard variety is an excellent slicer.