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Old July 3, 2016   #25
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Originally Posted by NewWestGardener View Post
You don't actually save seeds from a parthenocarpic cucumber, they are not developed. The ones i saved must have been pollinated by another regular cucumber that had male flowers, so it produced viable seeds, they were plump and full, not flat, that's why i saved some.
The f2s from this cucumber are the only variety i am growing in the greenhouse, they have both male and female flowers on the same plants, so now they become regular cucumbers. Can i save seeds again? Likely.
I think she might actually be asking by what tecnique does a person save cucumber seeds? Ferment? Dry?
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