The cucumber is a warm season crop with required growing conditions of 80°F to 85°F and plenty of sunlight. Traditionally the primary type of cucumber grown in Florida greenhouses is the standard European seedless type. The fruits are mild in flavor, seedless, and have a thin edible skin that requires no peeling. Harvested fruit generally range from 12 to 14 inches in length and weigh about 1 pound each.
- 2003 Evaluation of Twelve Greenhouse Mini Cucumber (Beit Alpha) Cultivars and Two Growing Systems During the 2002-2003 Winter Season in Florida
- 1997 The Evaluation of Three Pickling Cucumber Cultivars on Plastic Mulch and Bare Gr
- 1997 The Evaluation of Three Pickling Cucumber Plant Populations on Plastic Mulch Cul