National Pickling Cucumber
'National Pickling' cucumber.

National Pickling Cucumber

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A heavy producer of solid, crisp fruit.
National Pickling

58 days — 'National Pickling', also known as 'National Pickle', 'National Association Pickling' and simply 'National', produces fruit that are straight, medium green in color, black-spined, and average 1¾ by six inches in size. You can start picking at about two inches in length. The vigorous vines are very productive.

It was bred by the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station for the National Pickle Packers Association and released in 1924. Henry Field presented it as one of "Henry's Favorites" in his 1933 seed annual. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 25 to 30 seeds.
Very Prolific!
These are one of my favorite things in the garden this year! Direct sowed in early May and I'm picking a handful or two per day now in July! Makes great tasting pickles as well!
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