Description: A powdery mildew resistant variety, which when picked regularly produces small size fruit of 15-18cm.The fruits are slightly ribbed, cylindrical and dark green. Tolerant of mosaic virus, powdery and downy mildew. Sow from the beginning of February. All female.
Sowing Time: February to April
Germination: Germinates at 20°C.
Sowing Instructions: Sow seeds in 1cm (½in) deep in 8cm (3in) pots of moist compost. Germination usually takes 10-12 days.
Growing Instructions: Acclimatise the plants to outdoor conditions before planting outdoors after all risk of frost has passed 60cm (24in) apart. Plant in a sunny sheltered spot, in fertile moist but well drained soil and keep well watered.
After Care: Harvest the fruits before they reach full size for improved quality and better cropping.
Information provided for guidance only, as cultural practices and climatic circumstances vary.