CUKE


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CUKECornell University Klezmer Ensemble (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
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(Director) (1999) Ham dil de cuke sanam (I Have Already Given My Heart Away)
Seventy percent of gardeners who had tried companion planting said this method works for controlling cuke beetles, and 64 percent of people who had tried yellow sticky traps reported these work.
The tasty salad tossed fresh greens, cheddar, hearts of palm, bacon tidbits, cuke, tomato and red onion in a creamy vinaigrette and was more than I could possibly manage.
Seventy percent of gardeners who'd tried companion planting said this method works for controlling cuke beetles, and 64 percent of people who'd tried yellow sticky traps reported these work.
But the tomato's spot did end up shadier than I thought, and the cuke had no similar problem, producing much earlier than expected and more than I could eat.
After a few days of bee visits, many gardeners go out in the cool of the morning, handpick any cuke beetles they find, and put the row covers back on--an excellent way to avoid the heartbreak of wilted plants holding rubbery cukes that will never become pickles.
Spacing: One plant 'Lemon' cuke (shown) also bears well per pot.
House was mesclun greens, red onions, tomatoes and cuke, and here dressing was applied in just-right proportion.
Will describes this cuke as especially sweet and nutty tasting, fine pickled but best as a fresh nibbler.
Parasitic nematodes have cut the population of cuke beetles to a livable level for us.
You'll find honey infused with chile powder, pimento cheeses and "angry cukes" (spicy cucumber pickles) to enhance your dishes.
It's said that these compact cukes (sometimes called Persian cucumbers) got their start in the late 1930s, when breeders crossed Middle-Eastern cucumbers with Indian, Japanese, Chinese, American, English, and Dutch varieties to make them more resilient to disease.