Harvest to Table's Cucumber Growing Problems: Troubleshooting article with descriptions, causes and treatments. OK! THIS is why my cucumber plants (every single one) were chewed off at the stem. Paper collar tip to prevent. (Bummer - I really wish I had done more research last season.)
Burpless Cucumber-Plant Details - Natural Beauty Selects Burpless cucumber varieties contain very low or no cucurbitacin, the compound that causes bitterness and can cause some people to "burp" from eating cucumbers. Burpless cucumbers also have a mild flavor, thinner skin, and fewer seeds than other cucumber types. Several specific varieties to look for are Lebanese, Armenian, and Asian types. Easy to grow vines produce a continuous harvest all season long.
2002 All-America Selections Winner! 58 days. Cucumis sativus. (F1) Plant produces good yields of non-bitter burpless and seedless 8" long glossy dark green cucumbers. Cucumbers are tender, crisp, sweet, and bitter-free. It is a gynoecious and parthenocarp
Garden Sweet Burpless Cucumber Seeds Vining plants resist downy and powdery mildew. 10- to 12-inch cukes are smooth, deep green, and absolutely delicious. 55 days from direct-sowing. Burpless cucumbers with delectable flavor and huge yields are almost unheard-of, but thats what Garden Sweet brings to the table! This vigorous vining plant delivers armloads of the most delicious cukes you will ever eat, all entirely bitter- and burp-free!
52 days. These long, slender cukes offer a crisp, mild, bitter-free and burpless bite all season long! Firm and easy to peel, they should become your cucumber of choice!Expect Early Spring Burpless to reach 8 to 12 inches long in no time. For straight fruit, stake them on a cucumber support. Or, if you like the look of curly cukes, let them grow on the ground, where they'll twist up!Burpless cucumbers are known for their tasty, non-astringent flesh, small seed cavity, and crisp, thin skin…
Burpless cucumbers...just like the ones in my garden along with the cherry tomatoes and romaine lettuce