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Marketer Cucumber
Marketer Cucumber
Marketer Cucumber
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Marketer
65 days — Bred and released by Associated Seed Growers, New Haven, Connecticut in 1942. 'Marketer' is a stabilized cross between 'Straight 8' and 'Vaughn.'  It was an "All-America Selection®" winner in 1943.

It has become widely used and holds up very well in the late spring heat of the South. The fruits are uniform in shape and color, dark green, smooth and slender measuring about two inches in diameter and eight to nine inches in length. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 25 to 30 seeds.
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Glad we picked these!
This variety was randomly picked out of the big selection. We were very happy with the plants. I crowded them when I transplanted into the garden but they grew and grew all over the trellis. The cucs were delicious when picked a little immature before the seeds inside got large. My toddler couldn't get enough. Disease and pest free too!
Reviewed by: Joe DeMeo from Valparaiso, IN. on 3/7/2014
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