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                 Cucumber is a common curvaceousness summer vegetable. Cucumber plant, as a creeper, has a climbing or trailing habit. The tender fruits are eaten raw or with salt in salad. They are also used as cooked vegetables. Fruits are good for people suffering from constipation, jaundice and indigestion.In just a single cup of cucumber slices, you’ll get 14% to 19% of the vitamin K you need for the day. You’ll also get vitamins B and C along with minerals like copper, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium.100% Organic and Eco-friendly packed. Cultivate your own farm on your home and be healthy.


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            The cucumber most likely originated in India (south foot of the Himalayas), or possibly Burma, where the plant is extremely variable both vegetate and in fruit characters. It has been in cultivation for at least 3000 years. From India the plant spread quickly to China, and it was reportedly much appreciated by the ancient Greeks and Romans. The Romans used highly artificial methods of growing the cucumber when necessary to have it for the Emperor Tiberius out of season.Most of the distinct types of cucumber grown today were known at least 400 years ago. Present forms range from thick, stubby little fruits, three to four inches long, up to the great English greenhouse varieties that often reach a length of nearly two feet.

Scope For Cultivation of Cucumber:

               Cucumber is a warm season crop and grows best at a temperature of 18-24 QC. It does not withstand frost. Cucumber can be grown in all types of soil from sandy to heavy soil. Loam, silt loam and clay loam soils are best for getting higher yield. Field Preparation Soil should be sloughed thoroughly 3-4 times through digging with spade. Well rotten compost or FYM is mixed at the time of sloughing. Apply BHC @ lS-20kg/ ha to control termites and cutworms in the soil at the time of land preparation.

Nutritive Value Of Cucumber:

  • water:             137 g
  • calories:         17
  • protein:           0.8 g
  • fat:                  0.2 g
  • carbohydrate: 3.1 g
  • fiber:               1.0 g
  • calcium:          19.9 g
  • iron:                 0.3 mg
  • magnesium:    17 mg
  • phosphorus:    29.8 mg
  • potassium:      193 mg
  • sodium:           2.8 mg
  • vitamin C:        4.5 mg
  • folate:              19.9 mcg
  • beta carotene: 44 mcg
  • vitamin K:        10.2 mcg

Cucumber also contains a range of B vitamins, vitamin A, and antioxidants, including a type known as aligns.

The Benefits of Cucumber:

  • Hydration                                                                                                       Cucumbers consist mostly of water, and they also contain important electrolytes. They can help prevent dehydration in hot weather or after a workout. For people who do not enjoy drinking water, adding cucumber and mint can make it more attractive. Staying hydrated is essential for maintaining a healthy intestine, preventing constipation, avoiding kidney stone, and more.                                                                
  • Bone health                                                                                                       Vitamin K helps with blood clotting, and it may support bone health. A  142 gram  of chopped, unpeeled, raw cucumber provides 10.2 micrograms (mcg) of Vitamin K helps improve calcium absorption. Together, these nutrients can contribute to good bone health.Vitamin D is also important for bone health.                                               
  • Cancer                                                                                                                       As a member of the Cucurbitaceae family of plants, cucumbers contain high levels of bitter-tasting nutrients known as cucurbitacin. Chopped cucumber with its skin also provides around 1 g of fiber. Fiber may help protect against colorectal cancer.                                                                                                              
  • Diabetes                                                                                                                        Cucumbers may play a role in controlling and preventing diabetes. It contains substances that may help lower blood sugar or stop blood glucose from rising too high.One theory is that the cucurbitacins in cucumber help regulate insulin release and the metabolism of hepatic glycogen, a key hormone in the processing of blood sugar.One study found that cucumber peel helped manage the symptoms of diabetes in mice. This may be due to its antioxidant content.

Go Organic

  • It is 100% Organic & hence friendly to nature.
  • The best organic supplement for home gardening which is free from all types of pesticides.
  • It is produced by composting all sorts of organic matter.

For example- food waste, dairy waste, plant waste like leaves, straw, husk & poultry litter like cow dung etc.,

Why buy from ABONO?

  • “ABONO” is on a mission to make our earth a better place to live in.
  • We encourage people to grow their own food & increase green cover by making space for natural live plants at our homes or offices for a healthier and happier life.

“Let’s join hands – sow a seed, grow a plant & make a difference”

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Weight 0.025 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 in


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