Sunday, June 3, 2018

cucumbers -

Cucumbers (Cucumis sativus L., Labu-Labuan or Cucurbitaceae) are plants that produce edible fruit. The fruit is usually harvested when not cooked properly to be used as vegetables or refreshers, depending on the type.

Cucumbers can be found in a variety of dishes from all over the world and have a considerable water content in them so they are soothing. Cucumber pieces are also used to help moisturize the face and many are believed to lower high blood pressure.

Habitus cucumber of weak herb creep or half propagate and is a seasonal plant: after flowering and fruiting dead plants. Flowering one monoecious (monoecious) with the type of male flowers and flowers hermaphrodite (double-berbelamin).

The first flower produced, usually at the age of 4-5 weeks, is a male flower. The next flowers are hermaphrodite flowers when the growth is good. One plant can produce 20 pieces, but in cultivation usually the amount of fruit is limited to produce a good fruit size.
cucumbers -

The fruit is green when young with yellowish white stripes. The more ripe fruit outside fruit turns pale green to white. The shape of the fruit extends like a torpedo. The fruit flesh develops from the mesocarp, pale yellow to bright orange. The fruit is harvested when it is half cooked and the seeds are not yet ripe physiologically. Ripe fruit usually dries and seeds are harvested, the colour is black.