35-62 days to maturity - ivory fruits even when mature, cylindrical, rounded ends, 7-9 x 2.5-3 in., excellent eating quality, ideal for pickles or slicing, highly productive even in hot weather, crisp firm mild flesh, vigorous vines.
Cultural data: field planting
Growing season: warm season
Days to maturity: 60-70 days
Germination relative to soil temperature: optimum 60-70ºF.
Cultural information: sow seeds mid June, ½" deep, about 2" apart in rows 5' to 6' apart.
Seed count: approx. 1,125 seeds/oz. or 18,000 seeds/lb.
Projected seed usage: 1 oz./100 ft. rows, 4 lb./acre.
Diseases and pests: important to select disease resistant varieties.
Harvesting: to ensure a continuous crop, keep picking as they mature.