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Jimmy starts with ...
Yeah, the majority of cucumbers are F1 hybrid, thus throwbacks are expected.
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20th February 2009 2:21pm
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James says...
Right on.
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22nd February 2009 2:14pm
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Sam says...
Would it be a hybrid?
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23rd February 2009 3:31pm
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Bobby says...
F1 hybrid
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24th February 2009 9:59am
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Alexander says...
How come this has been answered and it does not move?
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24th February 2009 8:51pm
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Wayne says...
Vicki tricked us with the way she started the thread I think, it's just a glitch in the system that the mods will probably pick up on their next round
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Canberra says...
F1 hybrid
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Tran says...
Technical error. The owner of this forum should check and see why the counter said 0 responses why there are a couple of answers. Counting problem with the script.
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alokin says...
is it really a cucumber or is it a gourd? They often have stripes. If it grows a meter long or so it's a gourd, then it is not for salad but for cooking.
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colvillea says...
Yeah I agree, quite possibly a gourd but I've grown a cucumber called Armenian (Cucumis melo flexuosus) it was striped and according to the info sheet that came with it, can grow up to a metre long.
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J says...
is it empty?
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