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My first batch of cukes
, tomatoes, and peppers I put out with paper collars to keep off the cutworms.
From there, you need only cut the cuke
open, scoop the seeds and surrounding tissue into an uncovered bowl and gently mix in an equal amount of water.
As with most fruiting crops, cukes
need a sunny garden spot.
Hundreds of boxes of fresh cukes
were unloaded throughout the morning after the rig hit the low bridge around 6 a.
They took a leap of faith and started a business with a pickle recipe from Jenny's grandmother and some homegrown cukes
t=232712) message boards have aggregated or reposted the article, taking it and face value and warning readers to stay away from Monsanto cukes
based EuroFresh describes the Snacking Cucumbers as seedless petite cukes
with a non-bitter skin, sold in 8-ounce bags.
In late July, when they normally start harvesting to bring the cukes
to us, they tilled under that crop and replanted.
With donations of money, cucumbers from all kinds of people (including a local farmer's market) and cukes
from our own Hope Garden, we collected and delivered 51 dozen to Feed Nova Scotia.
Soon I had zucchini leaves reaching as high as my forehead, bushels of tomatoes, cukes
, and more.
Similar to worms, sea cukes
consume nutrient-rich waste and stir up the soil, acting as a natural cleaner.
If space is an issue, consider growing vertically on a trellis, fence, or other support, as it will contain the vines and keep them from sprawling throughout the garden, and with better air circulation and sunlight, they will produce more cukes
Keep large fruit from forming; otherwise fewer cukes
will be formed.
I had always considered cukes
to be an exceedingly bland addition to the salad bowl.