Advice 1: How to pollinate cucumbers

Pollination is a very important step in the process of growing cucumbers. Depending on growing conditions this procedure can be done in two ways. Indoors – cucumbers are pollinated by artificial means, and on the open ground or in greenhouses - bees.
How to pollinate cucumbers
Instruction
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Before starting artificial pollination, look at the whips of the plant female and male flowers. It is very simple: at the base of the female flower there is a small kind of cucumber, in a male it does not. Remove the whisk from the male flower and touch the back of the hand to check whether the pollen is poured.
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After that, you can begin pollination, in turn, touching stamens to pistils. After the procedure tear one petal from the female flowers to mark that they are already opylene. Now you just have to wait and watch the plants. Upon successful pollination, the ovary of the fertilized flower gradually begin to increase. If the flower is not fertilized, the ovary will turn yellow and fall off.
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There is another method of manual pollination. Take a soft brush and apply the pollen on the female flower, first touching the stamens, and then to the stigmas. In conclusion, pollination, cover the flowers with paper caps or pieces of cotton wool. Can also hang on the lash to bright ribbon or label with the details on her grade and date of pollination. This is to ensure that when you harvest you do not accidentally disrupt the fetus. After that delete all bloomed and withered female flowers in the node and two nodes above and below opisannogo. After a few days check increased if the ovary and, if so, remove with the colors of insulators.
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For pollination of cucumbers grown in the greenhouse, place it in the bee family. As distillation greenhouse cucumbers begins with the end of winter, it must be done in early spring so the bees made cleansing flight. To start, place the bees into an empty heated greenhouse for the flight, and the beginning of flowering move them to the plants.
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Put the hive on a stand with a height of 40 cm near the side walls of the greenhouse opposite the entrance track. The place must be well lit in the morning. Glass, located behind the hive, dim with plywood. In the warm whiten them with chalk. As soon as the blossoming melliferous plants give the bees the opportunity to fly out of the greenhouse. Make the roof a small window, and the glass around it will whiten with chalk. This will help the bees to better navigate.
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When warm weather, on one of the exterior walls of a greenhouse do a small round hole. Move the hive and put it to the wall so that the hole coincide with the hole. Since bees can fly in the greenhouse. Some of them will pollinate the cucumbers, and the rest will fly out and gather pollen from honey plants.
Note
The procedure of artificial pollination is best done in the morning or at lunch time. It is very important that humidity was greater than 70%. When low humidity dries out the pollen, and at a higher can become sticky and damp, and it is not suitable for pollination.
Useful advice
To attract bees to the plants you can spray cucumber whip the weak sugar solution. To prepare it, add one teaspoon of sugar per litre of water.

Advice 2 : How to pollinate cucumbers in the home

Growing cucumbers in the winter window, insulated balcony or loggia, it is possible without special expense to provide themselves with vitamins and get genuine pleasure from the process.
How to pollinate cucumbers in the home

Is it possible to grow cucumbers at home?



Many keen gardeners can't resist in order to grow in the winter in the home not only chives and parsley, but fresh cucumbers. Actually it's quite easy, you only need to select the appropriate variety or hybrid cucumbers.
Plant cucumbers to grow on the dialog, since mid-January, when the use of illumination for 10-12 hours a day.


For sowing cucumber seeds need to be soaked for a few hours for better germination. Prepare the pots for planting, with a diameter of not less than 15 cm Because the cucumbers really can not tolerate a transplant, they need to be immediately planted in a permanent place. Seedlings of cucumbers are demanding to light, in low light they stretch out, fade, become weak and did not gain color. A good harvest from them is not worth waiting, so be careful with additional lighting: place over the seedling lamp with fluorescent lamp and provide light for 10-12 hours.

Your Pets will thank you with rapid growth, active flowering and fruiting. To support extending the whip, think, and do trellis. After the appearance of the third true leaf of the plant should be pinched, it will accelerate the appearance of female flowers and fruitage. Don't forget about dressing – double-universal application of mineral fertilizer, with a break of a month.

How to pollinate cucumbers, growing home



More other varieties to grow on a window, balcony or loggia suitable parthenocarpic hybrids of cucumber, i.e., do not require pollination. These include the "Zozulya", "April", "Manul". From conventional varieties of these hybrids are distinguished by a large number of female flowers, from which, after prosperity begins to develop a cucumber. They are quite resistant to changes in ambient temperature. However, bee pollinating varieties can be grown at home, although it will require more time and attention to their Pets.
For growing at home use of self-pollinated parthenocarpic hybrids resistant to adverse conditions.


To artificially pollinate the cucumbers, require to carefully observe the flowering: you need to learn to distinguish male flowers (barren flowers) of the female. Women's ovaries are visible to the naked eye: a flower blooms on a small green seal, resembling the cucumber. Your task is to transfer pollen from the male flower to the female and pollinate it. Tear shell, tear off the petals to stamen was open. Then touch it to the pistil in the female ovaries. To be sure, repeat the action several times, but carefully, not a bummer ovary. If pollination was successful, the ovary will begin to grow in size, if pollination did not happen – it will fall off. It is best to pollination in the morning hours.
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