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Organic Sumter cucumber Seeds

Organic Sumter cucumber Seeds

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Organic Sumter Cucumber

The organic Sumter cucumber is a popular variety of cucumber that is known for its excellent flavor and productivity. It is a relatively easy-to-grow cucumber that is well-suited for organic gardening.


Sumter cucumbers are typically about 6 inches long and have a straight, symmetrical shape. They have a medium-green skin and firm, tender flesh. Sumter cucumbers are also very productive, often producing dozens of fruits per plant.

Benefits of Growing Organic Sumter Cucumbers

There are many benefits to growing organic Sumter cucumbers. First, they are a delicious and versatile vegetable that can be eaten raw, cooked, or pickled. Second, they are a good source of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium. Third, Sumter cucumbers are relatively easy to grow, even for beginner gardeners. And finally, organic Sumter cucumbers are a sustainable choice for gardeners who are concerned about the environment.

How to Grow Organic Sumter Cucumbers

To grow organic Sumter cucumbers, you will need:

  • Organic Sumter cucumber seeds
  • Well-drained soil
  • Compost or manure
  • Full sun
  • Water
  • Trellis or tomato cage (optional)


  1. Prepare your soil by adding compost or manure. This will help to improve drainage and fertility.
  2. Plant your seeds directly in the ground when the soil temperature has reached at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep and 12 inches apart.
  3. Water your cucumbers regularly, especially during hot weather. They should receive about 1 inch of water per week.
  4. When the cucumbers are about 6 inches tall, you can start fertilizing them with an organic fertilizer. Fertilize every two weeks until the plants begin to flower.
  5. Sumter cucumbers can grow to be quite long and heavy, so it is a good idea to provide them with some support. You can use a trellis or tomato cage to help the plants grow upwards.
  6. Cucumbers are ready to harvest when they are about 12-18 inches long. To harvest, simply cut the cucumbers from the vine with a sharp knife.

Harvesting and Storage:

Sumter cucumbers can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week. To store, wash the cucumbers and dry them thoroughly. Then, wrap them in plastic wrap or place them in a sealed container.

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