Amarisa F1 Cucumber
Amarisa F1 Cucumber is hybrid varieties commonly used for outdoor and indoor planting, especially under tropical conditions. It’s a high-yielding and vigorous hybrid cucumber with predominantly female flowers, good resistance to disease and a good fruit setting.
Features of Amarisa F1 Cucumber
- TYPE: Indeterminate parthenocarpic cucumber Seeds
- COLOR: Dark Green colour
- FRUIT WEIGHT: 16-17cm
- SKIN: no thorn
- YIELD: High yield
- RESISTANCE: High temperature
- Maturity Date: 50 to 70 days
Health benefit of Amarisa F1 Cucumber
- Low in calories and contain a good amount of water and soluble fibre, making it ideal for promoting hydration and aiding in weight loss.
- It reduces blood sugar level and helps reduce weight loss.
- All the water in cucumbers can help keep you hydrated. Plus, the fibre boost they give you helps you stay regular and avoid constipation.
- The vitamin K which is present in cucumber helps blood clot and keeps your bones healthy.
- Vitamin A has many jobs, like helping with vision, the immune system, and reproduction. It also makes sure organs like your heart, lungs, and kidneys work the way they should.
- Calories: 45
- Total fat: 0 grams
- Carbs: 11 grams
- Protein: 2 grams
- Fibre: 2 grams
- Vitamin C: 14% of the RDI
- Vitamin K: 62% of the RDI
Importance of growing Amarisa F1
These seeds have been treated with Bio-Stimulants which confer:
- Rapid germination energy increased root growth
- Fast and continuous vegetative growth,
- Increased fruit set
- Good fruit quality (shape, weight, colour)
- Increased resistance to climatic stress
- Advanced ripening
How to plant Amarisa F1
- Clear and plough: Clear and plough the farmland where you intend to farm cucumber. Remove all unwanted things on the farmland. The land should not contain trees or shrub. Note that cucumber needs sunshine to grow very well, therefore they should be appropriately exposed to sunlight.
- The preferred method of cucumber planting is direct seeding in the garden after the soil has warmed as the seeds will not germinate in a soil chillier than 60 degrees. Just push two or three cucumber seeds an inch into the soil, spacing the plantings 18 to 36 inches apart.
- Application of organic manure: This is commonly done before making beds. You can apply pig, cow, or poultry droppings and allow for 3 days or more before planting.
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