A detailed description of the sort of zucchini iskander f1
According to statistical data, zucchini of Iskander variety is one of the most popular species in Russia, .To understand what people's love and fame deserve a vegetable for, it is worth exploring its properties in detail.
description and characterization of varieties of zucchini Iskander f1
ripening time, the advantages and disadvantages
Preparation of seeds for
planting Soil Preparation for growing culture
planting material landing technology
prevention Harvesting and storage
Descriptionand the characteristic of Iskander f1
zucchini variety. The variety under consideration is remarkable in that has very tender skin, like pulp. According to the description, the oblong, elongated fruit has a milky-white surface with a greenish tint.
The average length is about 25 cm, and the weight is half a kilogram. It grows on a squat compact bushes.
The variety is of Dutch origin .He began his journey through Russian cities from Krasnodar Territory. It was there that the first sprouts were grown.
Ripening time, advantages and disadvantages of
The main positive characteristics that Iskander can boast: high yields and earlier ripening .For the season from the 1st bush gardeners collect up to 17 kilograms of zucchini.
Another plus is that the zucchini can withstand a minus temperature of .In addition, it does not affect its productivity: even in cold weather, the variety continues to bear fruit well.
Large vegetable farms appreciate this plant for its unpretentiousness.
Unlike many other varieties, this variety has a pleasant taste, but not as long is stored as thick-skinned subspecies.
Preparing seeds for planting
You can plant this species in two ways : grow seedlings or immediately sow seeds in open ground. In both cases, a preliminary preparation.
Seeds for germination need moisture .For this purpose, they are soaked in warm water with a temperature not lower than 20 degrees. For better effect, useful trace elements can be added to the liquid.
After this procedure, the contents are wrapped in a dense, damp cloth for three days. It is necessary to ensure that the coating does not dry out completely, but it is not too wet. The room temperature is +25 - 26 degrees.
There is an alternative method of preparation using cooling. Seeds are refrigerated for 15 hours. Then they are heated at 22-23 degrees. If necessary, the procedure is repeated 2 more times before spiking.
The Iskander zucchini is classified as F1 in , because the seeds of the fruit grown in the garden are not suitable for planting next year.