If both soil and air temperatures are optimal, the cucumber seeds can germinate in 7 to 10 days. If the soil and air temperatures are greater than the equilibrium values, or if the optimal temperature levels are at the greater extreme, then the cucumber seeds can take longer to germinate.Hey;
Usually I buy started cucumber plants because I only need a couple of them (literally I buy a 4 pack and that's plenty of cucumbers for us). So given the times I'm forced to start them from seeds this year and its Marketmore 76.
Do they need to be kept warm to get germination? They'll be in the basement in the mid 60's and under a decent amount of lighting.
Honestly as long as I can get them started with few leaves at the time I transplant them I'll be happy. I'd rather not have to start them outside if I can help it so figured I'd ask.
will plant them together 1 pot one hill and grow them on a trellis system...