Darlington

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A Seminis multi-virus tolerant variety that holds up well under foliar disease pressure. Consistent yield of select fruit that are straight and have excellent color. Maintains optimum length under Northeast conditions.

V23568 : Darlington
Treatment * Pkg Size ** Price
FarMore FI400 100 seeds $6.60
FarMore FI400 1M seeds $23.95
FarMore FI400 5M seeds $112.25
FarMore FI400 15M seeds $321.75
FarMore FI400 350M seeds $6,895.00
* M = 1,000
** US prices shown in USD
Disease Resistance
Anthracnose
Angular Leaf Spot
Cucumber Mosaic Virus
Powdery Mildew
Papaya Ringspot Virus
Cucumber Scab
Target Leaf Spot
Watermelon Mosaic Virus
Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus
Attributes
Item Number
V23568
Maturity (days)
62
Habit
Gynoecious
Plant
Vigorous
Length (inches)
8 - 9
Diameter (inches)
2
Color
Dark Green
Hybrid  
Yes
Grower Preferred  
Yes
Treatment   
FarMore FI400
Canada
Yes

Growing Tips

Planting

Direct seed ½” - 1” soils with 60ºF+ temperatures. Row spacing should range from 30” - 36” apart. Space plants 12” apart in the row.

Planting Guidelines - Cucumber
Approximate Seeds per Pound:
16,000 - 18,000
Seeding Rate per Acre by Weight:
0.6 - 1 lbs
Seeding Rate per Acre in M (1,000):
10.1 - 18.2 M
Seeding Rate Seeds per 1,000 foot of Row:
667 - 1,000
Seed or Plant Spacing In Row:
12 - 18"
Seed or Plant Spacing Between Rows:
30 - 36"
Seed or Plant Spacing Depth:
.5 - 1"
Recommended Soil Temperature:
60 - 95°F
Days to Germination:
7 - 10
Management

Scout fields weekly to make sure weed, insect, and disease pressure are kept in check.

Harvest

Harvest every other day. Slicing cucumbers should be picked when diameter is approximately 2”. Cucumbers should be approximately 7 - 8” long and have a smooth surface. Pickling cucumbers should be 3” long by 1” wide when ready to pick.

Storage

Store at 50 - 55º F and 90 - 95% humidity to ensure long shelf life.

Habit Terms

Gynoecious
Refers to all female sex expression when grown under ideal environmental conditions. Various stresses can cause more male flowers.

Monoecious
Refers to sex expression; having both male and female flowers on the same plant.

Parthenocarpic
Refers to the tendency of a plant to set fruit without pollination.

Predominately Femal
Refers to the blossoms produced by the plant as predominately female.