What Does a Cucumber Plant Look like?

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Cucumber plants are tendrils that bear vines and produce triangular and prickly hairy leaves. The plant produces yellow flowers and edible fruits that are firm and crisp, but not really sweet. The fruits of these plants normally hand downwards.
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A cucumber plant has roots that are located in the arable layer. It also has a tap root which has other branches. This plant occurs 4-6 days after sowing and the stem length in addition to the number of side shoots vary greatly according to the variety and growing conditions.
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Cucumbers are long, green, cylindrical-shaped vegetables, which grow on vines. They can grow up to 60 cm in length and 10 cm in diameter. The inside of cucumbers have rows of small
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1. Select and prepare an area offering the basic conditions that both plants need. Cucumbers and peppers require a well-drained, loam or sandy loam soil with a pH of 5.8 to 6.8. 2
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These delicious vegetables are very easy to grow. Get the seed first of all either from the cucumber or buy them packaged. Dig a row about an inch deep and put seeds in. Place the
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