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Old July 16, 2018   #16
Cole_Robbie
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I have wanted to try the beit alpha but have not yet. Sweet Success and Diva are my two cuke favorites so far
I wrapped my cukes in paper towels to store them in the fridge, and replace the towel if it becomes moist. I will have to try the plastic wrap trick.

My container plants were one plant to a 4 gallon pot. They did great for a first flush but then got root bound after that.
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Old July 16, 2018   #17
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I put mine in a gallon zip lock bag in the fridge and get 10 days with out softening or slime.
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Old July 16, 2018   #18
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This is the house with sweeter yet cukes in it. They are beautiful.
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