Among the variety of cucumber varieties and hybrids on the market, the hybrid variety of cucumber Bobrik deserves special attention. It has a number of advantages compared with peers. Having planted this hybrid on a plot or in a greenhouse, you can provide yourself with crispy cucumbers for the whole summer.
Variety of cucumbers Bobrik
F1 hybrid cucumber Bobrik is super-early, parthenocarpic, having only female-type flowers and a bunch of forming ovaries.
The hybrid shows resistance to a variety of cucumber diseases, such as powdery mildew, cladosporia, root rot and downy mildew. The harvest from each plant reaches 5.5-7 kg. Cucumber is relatively cold-resistant, shows resistance to temperature fluctuations.
Description of the bush
Plant indeterminate type, very tall. The scourge does not end with a flower, its length can reach up to 3.5 m. Average scaling is slow, with a slow growth rate of greens that do not outgrow and do not turn yellow. Hybrid leaves are green, smooth, small size.
Description of the fetus
According to the description, a fruit weighing 90-100 g grows in length up to 10-13 cm, has many tubercles with spikes of white color, dense flesh and skin. It is able to withstand long shipments. In each leaf sinus formed by 6-12 ovaries. Fruits are dark green, with light stripes, reaching up to 1/3 of the length of the fruit.
Bobrik hybrid cucumbers are suitable for salads, pickles and pickling. Gardeners appreciate it for an early and abundant overall harvest.
Advantages of a hybrid Beaver
Variety Bobrik has many advantages
Bobrik has a number of positive characteristics:
- is high-yielding;
- differs in cold resistance and high stress resistance;
- possesses high shade tolerance that allows to land it in the earliest terms;
- refers to the early ripening: from germination to the formation of the first Zelentsa takes 42-45 days;
- has a long flowering period;
- lays in the internodes from 6 to 12 ovaries;
- has a great fruit flavor;
- has universal fruits in use;
- it is adapted for cultivation both in the conditions of greenhouses, and in an open ground;
- has a high degree of parthenocarpy, for setting cucumbers does not require pollination;
- possesses good transportability;
- has resistance to a number of diseases.
Fundamentals of agrotechnology
Medium loamy soils with good breathability are well suited for the Bobrik cucumber.
For seedlings, it is recommended to sow the seeds in early or mid-April. From sowing to planting seedlings in the greenhouse should be 25-30 days. It is possible to sow seedlings in the greenhouse, when the air temperature warms up to 25-28 ° C, and the soil temperature - up to 18 ° C, the seeds are buried by 0.5-1 cm.
In the open ground, seedlings are planted in the third decade of May, when the frost stops and when the seedlings have 3-4 true leaves. At the time of sowing the soil should be heated to 15-18 ° C. Depth of seeding into the soil should be 1-2 cm. In greenhouse conditions, planting density is 2-3 plants per 1 sq. M. In open ground per 1 square. m may be 4-5 plants.
Further care for cucumbers is regular weeding, loosening the soil in between rows, watering and dressing. Watering should be in the evening with warm water. During the summer, 2-3 supplements are carried out, alternately applying mineral fertilizers and organic matter. The collection of green leaves is carried out every other day, as they ripen.
Gardeners celebrate the beautiful appearance of Zelentsy, their unique taste, undemanding care and precocity.
Cucumber Bobrik F1. GavrishSort Cucumber Super fruitful! Both for open and greenhouses closed !!! WE HAVE NEVER SEEN THAT !!! SHOW CUCUMBER F1
Cucumber of this variety gives a good harvest and is suitable for use both in fresh form and in conservation.