Amarisa Super F1 Cucumber
Amarisa F1 cucumber seeds are hybrid cucumber seeds. This variety of cucumber seeds is a slicing cucumber. Amarisa F1 variety has a high yield and it produces more cucumber fruits than most open pollinated cucumber varieties.
Amarisa F1cucmber variety has a monoecious flowering habit as it produces more male flowers than female flowers. This variety also produces male flowers before the production of female flowers.
Amarisa F1 cucumber variety reaches maturity in 40 – 45 days after planting of the seeds in a tropical condition.
Product Features of Amarisa Super F1 Cucumber
- Colour: Deep Green and Glossy Colour
- Shape: Uniform and Cylindrical
- Monoecious: More male flowers than female flowers
- Plant Quality: Hardy and tolerant to stress
- Package Size: Pack of 10 grams
- Time to Maturity: 40– 45 days after planting of seeds.
- Leaf: Broad leaves
- Length: 19-23 cm
- Diameter: 4 – 5 cm
- Weight: 300 – 400 g
- Disease Resistances: Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew (Sphaerotheca Fuliginea) and CMV (Cucumber Mosaic Virus).
- Brand: Harvestfield
Characteristics of Amarisa Super F1 Cucumber
The following are the characteristics of Amarisa F1 cucumber seeds:
- This product is made of hybrid cucumber seeds.
- Amarisa F1 produces deep green cucumbers which are favoured in the Nigerian market.
- This variety has a monoecious flowering habit.
- Amarisa F1 variety is resistant to Downy Mildew disease.
- It is tolerant to Powdery Mildew disease.
- These seeds are produced by Harvestfield.
- The maturity time of Amarisa F1 variety is 40 – 45 days.
Advantages of planting Amarisa Super F1 Cucumber Seeds
The following are the advantages of planting Amarisa F1 seeds:
- Amarisa F1 cucumber seeds are high yielding slicing cucumber varieties.
- This product is tolerant to the climatic conditions of all zones in Nigeria.
- Amarisa F1 produces cucumbers that are deep green in colour and well accepted by the Nigerian populace.
- It is resistant to diseases and pests.These seeds have received a bio-stimulant treatment that provides:The energy of rapid germination enhanced root growth.
Increased fruit set, rapid and persistent vegetative growth, and good fruit quality (form, weight, and color)
Advanced ripening Increased resistance to climate stress
Methods for planting Amarisa F1
The farmland where you plan to grow cucumbers should be cleared and plowed. On the farms, remove everything that is undesired. Trees and bushes shouldn’t grow on the property. Keep in mind that cucumbers require sunlight to grow very effectively, so they should receive the proper amount of exposure.
Since cucumber seeds won’t germinate in soil that is colder than 60 degrees, direct seeding in the garden once the earth has warmed up is the preferred technique for growing cucumbers. Simply plant two or three cucumber seeds every inch in the ground, leaving 18 to 36 inches between each planting.
Applying organic manure: This is a practice that is frequently done prior to creating beds. You can spread pig, cow, or poultry manure; just wait at least three days before planting.