Cucumbers For Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 For Greenhouses And Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Cucumber has long been considered one of the most favorite and popular vegetable crops. Gardeners and farmers grow it all over our country. To get a good harvest, it is necessary to study in advance all the advantages and disadvantages of varieties and choose the most suitable ones.

For a good harvest of cucumbers in the Moscow region in 2022, it is very important to choose the most productive varieties, giving preference to self-pollinated, because they do not need insects to form ovaries. Also, the choice should take into account where they will be planted: in the greenhouse or outdoors.

  • Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info
  • Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

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  1. Как правильно выбрать сорт
  2. Сорта для Outdoor varieties for Moscow Region
  3. Early varieties
  4. Karat F1
  5. Berry F1
  6. Sparta F1
  7. Muravy F1
  8. Zozulia F1
  9. Buratino F1
  10. Madame F1
  11. Delicacy F1
  12. Salted
  13. Harmonist F1
  14. Temp F1
  15. Boy finger F1
  16. Hector F1
  17. Klavdia F1
  18. Amur F1
  19. Middle Aged Varieties
  20. Gentleman's F1
  21. Suzanna F1
  22. Rasnosol F1
  23. Voronezhsky
  24. Rural pickles F1
  25. Late varieties
  26. Phoenix
  27. Sunny
  28. Homemade F1
  29. Variants for greenhouse
  30. Annuals
  31. German F1
  32. Tumi F1
  33. Conny F1
  34. Masha F1
  35. Murashka F1
  36. Shosha F1
  37. Merenga F1
  38. Siberian Garland F1
  39. April F1
  40. Director F1
  41. Paratunka F1
  42. Kustovoy
  43. Alligator F1
  44. Madam F1
  45. Kai F1
  46. Medium ripening varieties
  47. Courage F1
  48. Herda F1
  49. Gostinets F1
  50. Bucks F1
  51. Video review of outdoor cucumber varieties for Pomoskovia

How to choose the right variety

Criteria for selection:

  1. Срок созревания. In order to harvest throughout the hot season, it is best to plant varieties with different ripening dates. Cucumbers come in early, medium-ripening, and late. You can tell when the variety you choose is fruiting by reading the information on the package.
  2. Purpose of use. For pickling, choose small-sized cucumbers - such specimens are covered with lots of spikes. Salad cucumbers, as a rule, are much larger, their skin is smoother, spines are almost absent. In addition to these variants, there are also universal varieties that can be eaten fresh or made into winter preserves.
  3. Pollination type. As mentioned earlier, it is better to choose self-pollinated hybrids (parthenocarpic) for growing in the Moscow region. Summers in this region are often rainy, and on such days the insects simply do not fly. In addition to  parthenocarpic variants, there are also simple varieties that are pollinated by bees and other insects.
  4. Bittering resistance. To keep your entire salad from being ruined by a single bitter cucumber, choose varieties that have resistance to this problem on a genetic level. There is usually information about this on the package.
  5. Resistance to the most common diseases. Each variety resists pathogens and pests in its own way.
  6. The structure of the shoots. It is good if the growth of lateral shoots in them is genetically limited. In that case, you will not need to perform their shaping of the bush (pruning).
  7. The zoning of the variety. Choose varieties that are designed specifically for the region. Varieties that are bred for the Stavropol region, for example, will grow very poorly in the Moscow suburbs.
  8. Buy treated seeds. To avoid buying diseased planting material, and to avoid additionally treating them with growth stimulants and soaking in manganese, buy variants that can be planted without additional preparation.
Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Besides the basic criteria, you should decide on the place where cucumbers will be planted and only then make the final choice. There are varieties that are designed for closed ground - greenhouse, and some for open ground - for a bed.

Sorts for growing in the open ground for the Moscow region

For open ground it is acceptable to use both simple and self-pollinated varieties. But it is best to prefer hybrid varieties because they are resistant to temperature changes. It is also best to plant early varieties, the harvest of which can already be harvested at the end of June.

It is important! Experienced gardeners advise to plant at least 3 varieties on the same bed, since over-pollination is very beneficial to the plants.

Early varieties

Karat F1

Early (42-44 days), female type flowering, greens are short, with white spikes, length 8-9 cm, weight 80-120 g. Persistent immunity to bacteriosis.

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Yemelia F1

Early (40-45 days), self-pollinated, female type flowering, 5 cm long, 120g weight, Cold-resistant.

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Sparta F1

Early (40-42 days), bee-pollinated, female type flowering, 6-12 cm long, thin-skinned. Intended for fresh consumption, immune to powdery mildew and peronosporosis. Not overgrown.

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Mr. F1

Extremely early (38-40 days), 5-6 greens on nodes, 6-12 cm long, thin-skinned, high-yielding throughout the entire fruit-bearing period.

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Zozulia F1

Spring (40-45 days), self-pollinated, many ovaries, length 15-25 cm, weight 160-200 g. Universal use, does not yellow, high yield.

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Buratino F1

Spring (44-46 days), female type flowering, frost-resistant, knots with 5-6 ovaries, greens with large tubercles, length 8-9 cm, weight to 100g. Destination universal, not bitter.

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Madam F1

Early (43-48 days), bee-pollinated, node 3-6 ovaries, length 10-12 cm, weight 65-80g, thin skinned. Yield is good, not overripe.

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Delicacy F1

Early (43-45 days), bee-pollinated, up to 12 cm long, long fruiting. Has resistance to low temperatures.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Salted

Early (45-50 days), bee-pollinated, bloom type mixed, length 11-13 cm, weight up to 120 g. Yields are high, designed for canning. Requires frequent watering, otherwise bitterness will be present.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Harmonist F1

Early (40-42 days), self-pollinated, 10-13 cm long, 100 g weight. Medium yielding, all-purpose.

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Temp F1

Upper early (37-38 days), self-pollinated, up to 9 cm long, 70-80 g. Yields high, heat-resistant, not overripe.

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Fingerling F1

A super early (37-40 days) female type flowering, self-pollinated, up to 10 cm long. Has resistance to major diseases.

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Hector F1

Early (40-45 days), bee-pollinated, up to 12 cm long, crisp, purpose universal.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Klavdia F1

Early (40-45 days), self-pollinated, female flowering, up to 12 cm long, not bitter, tolerates temperature changes well.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Amur F1

Early (42-45 days), self-pollinated, up to 15 cm long, requires constant watering, resistant to pathogens.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Important! When planting early maturing varieties, feed the soil well with decomposed organics. Lack of nutrition with such rapid growth and development will directly affect the quality and quantity of the crop.

Medium-ripening varieties

Middle-ripening varieties are chosen because they begin to produce their first fruits quite early. At the same time they bear fruit for a long time giving a high yield.

Dvoryansky F1

Middle maturing (46-48 days), bee-pollinated, 10-13 cm long, 100g weight. Used for pickling.

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Susanna F1

Middle maturing (48-50 days), self-pollinated, 7-8 cm long, 80-90 g, Not overgrown.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Rasnosol F1

Middle maturing, (47-50 days), bee-pollinated, 9-11 cm long, good yield, immune to powdery mildew and other diseases.

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Voronezhsky

Middle maturing (47-48 days), bee-pollinated, 9-12 cm long, 100-115 g. Used for conservation.

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Rural Variety F1

Middle maturing, (47-50 days), self-pollinated, 9-11 cm long, 90-105 g. Yields medium, has persistent immunity to powdery mildew and other diseases.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Important! If the summer season is not good and it is rainy and cool outside, the first harvest ripening time may be delayed up to seven days.

When sowing outdoors, it is best to use a film cover for the first time so that the soil warms up and is well moistened. As soon as favorable night temperatures are established, the film can be removed.

Late varieties

The advantage of these varieties is that they bear fruit for a long time and give a good harvest that can be harvested almost until the first frost. As a rule, such cucumbers have either an all-purpose or sunflowered purpose.

Phoenix

Late maturing (60-65 days), bee-pollinated, weighing up to 200 grams. Destination universal, though used mainly for pickling.

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Sunny

Late maturing (50-55 days), flowering type mixed, bee-pollinated, up to 12 cm long. Destination universal, yields until frost.

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Domovenok F1

Late maturing hybrid (50-55 days), requires bush formation, length to 10 cm, weight to 90 g. Produces fruit until the first cold, universal purpose.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Important! After average daily air temperature has risen above +10 degrees, late cucumbers can be planted directly in the ground. In the second half of summer, when it is cool and damp at night, you can throw on agrotextile in the evening. This procedure will extend the fruiting period by a couple of weeks more.

Hothouse options

The best greenhouse varieties to use are the early or medium-ripening ones.

Early-ripening

These varieties are usually planted as seedlings. Seeds are sown 35-40 days before planting in the greenhouse.

German F1

Early (40-45 days), self-pollinated, 6-7 fruits per node, length 10-12 cm, weight 70-90 g, not bitter. Medium yield, universal purpose.

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Tumi F1

Early (38-40 days), female-type flowering, self-pollinated, 10-12 cm long, not bitter. Planted in seedlings, grows strongly.

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Conny F1

Speedy (47-50 days), 7-8 cm long, 60-80g weight, medium yield, universal purpose. Resistant to root rot.

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Masha F1

Early (43-45 days), self-pollinated, flowering female type, fruits small, crisp, no bitterness. The plant is strong-growing.

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Murashka F1

Early (43-45 days), self-pollinated, flowering female type, 4-6 fruits up to 11 cm long, weighing up to 100 g per node are produced. High yielding, versatile orientation.

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Shosha F1

Early (39-43 days), self-pollinated, up to 3 ovaries in node, 9-11 cm long, 50-80 g. Salad species.

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Merenga F1

Early (37-40 days), self-pollinated, up to 4-5 ovaries in node, 8-10 cm long, up to 65 g, not bitter. Yield is good.

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Siberian garland F1

An early maturing, 4-5 ovaries per node, 5-7 cm long, not bitter. Resistant to adverse weather conditions.

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April F1

April (45-50 days), length 15-25 cm, weight 200-250 g, long fruit-bearing, good yield, cold-resistant. Strong immunity to disease.

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Director F1

Early (43-45 days), self-pollinated, 2-3 ovaries in node, not bitter, length  9-10 cm, weight 65-80 g. Salad species.

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Paratunka F1

Speedy (40-43 days), 2-3 ovaries in knot, 8-10 cm long, 75-100 g, not bitter. Yields good, resistant to temperature spikes.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Bush

Early (42-48 days), bee-pollinated, female-type flowering, 8-12 cm long, 90-110 g.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Alligator F1

An early maturing, bee-pollinated, up to 40 cm long, weight up to 300 g. Resistant to powdery mildew.

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Madam F1

An early maturing, 3-6 ovaries in knot, length 10-12 cm, weight 65-85 g. Resistant to root rot.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Kai F1

An early maturing, bee-pollinated, 6-8 cm long, 60-70 g. Resistant to bad weather conditions.

Cucumbers for Moscow Region - 42 Best Varieties 2022 for Greenhouses and Open Grounds | Gardener Info

Important! Hybrids tolerate high temperatures better in summer, so it is better to prefer them. Follow the rules of care for greenhouse conditions: maintain humidity, avoid drafts.

Medium-ripening varieties

Middle-ripening cucumbers are virtually the same as their early-ripening counterparts. The beginning of fruiting for this species is only delayed by 5-7 days. However, it has one very important advantage - it bears fruit longer resulting in significant yield increase.

Kurazh F1

Middle maturing (45-50 days), self-pollinating, with 2-5 ovaries in the knots, 12-15 cm long, 120-130 gr, no bitterness. Destination universal.

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Herda F1

Medium early, self-pollinated, 3-5 ovaries per node, length 8-10 cm, weight 70-75g. Resistant to powdery mildew and peronosporosis.

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Gostinets F1

Middle maturing (47-50 days), self-pollinating, up to 14 cm long, requires bush formation, resistant to most common diseases. Assignment universal. Acceptable to shoot as gherkins for pickling and canning.

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Bax F1

New high-yielding, strong-growing variety. Bee pollination, fruit length up to 18 cm, weight up to 200 g.

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Middle maturity varieties can be planted either by seed or directly into the soil. Regular watering is needed for a good crop, and fertilization at least once a month. To preserve moisture, you can mulch the surface.

Video review of cucumber varieties for the open field for Pomoskva

The best cucumber varieties that are suitable for growing in the open field in the climatic conditions of the Moscow region and Central Russia are considered in the video. Join in watching!

To grow in the Moscow Region, it is best to use only proven varieties, since the weather in this region is not the most favorable. Each year, try the 1st new variety. If the variety gave a good yield in your climate, use it next season.

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