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55 days. Super snackable! Mini Munch is crisp and delicious with tender skin and a seedless, juicy interior. The rich green, smooth fruit are best harvested when 3–4 inches long, just right for a tasty single serving. Mini Munch is an excellent candidate for trellising in the garden, containers or indoor cultivation with long vines and minimal branching. Undaunted by low temperatures, the vigorous, productive plants set fruit even in cool conditions. GY, PAT. PM.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
non-stop production, amazing taste right off the vine

We are in a coastal climate in Northern California, and so we grow our cucumbers in the greenhouse. This is the 2nd year we grew these cucumbers and they are now our favorite. Our plants thrived trellised in our greenhouse and we were picking non-stop from May through September, with just 3 plants. The taste is just sweet enough, light and with a nice crisp. Perfect snack, in salads, flavored water, you name it. We will always grow this variety.

Sandra T.
10 Star Cuc

This has become the family favorite! I have it growing in the summer everywhere! And we race each
other to get to the cucumbers as they get to the right size... I have found I have to plant More every year. They are the sweetest snack. They are so wonderfuL!

Krystal T.
Best Cucumber Ever!

This adorable little cucumber is amazingly prolific and super easy to maintain. My family loves cucumbers and we grow them every year to vary degrees of success. But these, by far, have blown everything else out of the water to become our new favorites. They have nice thin skin, a crisp texture that last for days out of the fridge/(mind you, I can be a bit of a forgetful gardener), easy care, and super prolific. All my seeds germinated and most of my plants did amazing. Well until a frost killed some, my spouse and son accidently killed a few more but the last 2 are providing more then enough for us and our neighbors. Definitely going to be a stable in my garden for the foreseeable future.

Non stop bounty in our beachside greenhouse

Easy to start, transferred great, beautiful thick green foliage, hence the occasional hide and seek game when harvesting. We live 100 feet from the water on the Oregon coast where it's challenging to grow just about everything, even in our 200sq. Ft. Greenhouse. These cucumbers are an impressive joy; tons of fruits and it just keeps coming. We harvest a few every day from the tight row of four plants we started. Flavor - 8/10. We'd love it if they were a tiny bit sweeter. Thanks Territorial!

Soil Temp for Germ 65–90°F
Seed Depth ½"
Seed Spacing 4–6/hill
Days to Emergence 4–13
Thin Plants to 1–2/hill
Row Spacing 3–4'
Fertilizer Needs High
Minimum Germination 80%
Seeds per Gram ≈ 25–30
Seed Life 3 years

Cucumis sativus A favorite in cuisine worldwide, cucumbers possess health benefits too numerous to mention. Incorporate cucumbers in your diet to aid with weight loss, as they are exceptionally low in calories (only about 8 calories in 1/2 cup), aid digestion, and rid toxins from the body. Among the more unusual qualities of the humble cuke is its ability to ease skin irritations. Use a piece of cucumber skin to soothe burns.

Days to maturity are calculated from date of direct seeding.

• Cucumbers perform best in fertile, well-drained soil with a pH 5.5-7.0
• Consistent, even watering is critical for best plant growth and fruit development
• Raised beds, plastic mulch, and trellising can improve yields, keep fruit straight and scab free
• Incorporate a shovelful of compost and 1/2 cup TSC's Complete fertilizer per hill

Direct Sowing
• For best germination, keep soil evenly moist but not too wet
• Cover hill with Kozy-Coats, Victorian Bell Cloches, or a row cover to speed up germination
• Thin to the strongest 1-2 plants when first true leaves emerge

• Start indoors in 4 inch pots, 3-4 weeks before anticipated transplant date
• Avoid letting starts get root bound; transplant carefully as to not disturb roots

Pests & Diseases
• Common pests: Striped and spotted cucumber beetles, aphids, squash bugs, stink bugs
• Pest control: Pyrethrin
• Common diseases: See chart below
• Disease prevention: 3-4 year crop rotation, Zonix for Powdery Mildew

Harvest & Storage
• Consistent harvest will keep plants productive
• Store at 45°F and 95% relative humidity
• For pickling, harvest cukes when small, before seeds form

GY | Gynoecious - Has nearly all female flowers.
HE | Hermaphrodite - Flowers contain both male and female reproductive parts.
MO | Monoecious - Has separate male and female flowers on the same plant.
PAT | Parthenocarpic - Has the ability to set fruit without pollination.

HR indicates high resistance.
IR indicates intermediate resistance.
A | Anthracnose*
ACu | Alternaria Leaf Blight
ALS | Angular Leaf Spot
C | Cercospora
CCa | Corynespora Blight & Target Spot
CCu | Scab & Gummosis
CMV | Cucumber Mosaic Virus
CVYV | Cucumber Vein Yellowing Virus

CYSDV | Cucurbit Yellow Stunting Disorder Virus
DM | Downy Mildew
PM | Powdery Mildew
R | Common Rust
S | Scab
TSP | Target Spot
WMV | Watermelon Mosaic Virus
* Numbers indicate specific disease race.

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