Cucumber Indam Swadisht

Pkg Wt: 10 Gms

Delivery time: 3-4 working days


Sowing Season



Product Description

The cucumber plant is a sprawling vine with large leaves and curling tendrils. Cucumbers Indam Swadisht is a very vigorous plants and heavy yielding hybrids.


The cucumber plant is a sprawling vine with large leaves and curling tendrils. The plant may have 4 or 5 main stems from which the tendrils branch. The leaves of the plant are arranged alternately on the vines, have 3–7 pointed lobes and are hairy. The cucumber plant produces yellow flowers that are 4 cm (1.6 in) in diameter.


Very vigorous plants and heavy yielding hybrids. Fruits are very crispy, bitter free, attractive and cylindrical in shape. Fruits are small seeded with indigenous taste of about 22-25 cm length and around 300-400 gms weight. Fruits of this hybrid are light green with white. specks


Fruiting starts in about 42-45 days after sowing, duration 85-90 days.


They are very easy to grow and are very prolific. Planted in a section of the garden that receives full sun and has an evenly moist, fertile soil.cucumbers are heavy feeders and demand a steady supply of water. Work plenty of organic matter (compost, well-rotted manure) into the soil before planting to help it retain moisture and to provide the nutrients the cucumber plants will need throughout the season. A soil pH of 6.8 or higher is preferred.

Planting & Growing Instructions

Plant seeds 1 inch deep and about 2 to 3 feet apart in a row. Regularly apply nutrients and plant protection.

Height after growth

1 foot

Planting Season

June to November


Used as seeds only and not for consumption.Seeds to be sown before expiry date

Make sure your seedling tray or pot (whichever you choose) has a drainage hole in it. If you choose a pot, a 5€ pot should be fine. You can either use well drained soil or make a combination of 1 part each of cocopeat, vermiculite and perlite.

While sowing seeds make sure the soil is damp and not wet. Water the seeds as the soil starts to dry. It should always be moist, but never wet or muddy. Do not water the seeds if the soil is already moist to the touch, as overwatering your plant can be just as harmful as underwatering.

Keep the seedling tray in bright filtered light to begin with. Slowly introduce the plant to morning sun and bring it back in before the afternoon sun sets in. In a weeks time you can put it in direct sunlight.

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