In horticulture, the phrase 'days to maturity' refers to the time a seed takes to germinate and grow to maturity. Days to maturity is a common phrase found on seed...
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Mon Jun 08, 3: Cucumber says 55 days but it's been 60 and I've got two female flowers with no man's ones. Does days to maturity mean that the plant is now swift to produce or that I should be masterful to harvest veggies? Can someone clear this up for me? Mon Jun 08, 5: Mostly, it's for comparison with other varieties, perhaps better known. Finally, somebody pulled it outta thin air..
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I just got a question from reader, Emily, about how to read the days to maturity number on vegetable starts.
On starts that you buy at your local nursery, there is some contention about when to start the days to maturity count. The most widely accepted answer is to start the count the day you plant it in the ground. So, if it says 60 days to maturity, count forward 60 days from planting, and that is a rough estimate of when you can expect to have a harvest. The same goes for any transplants you started from seeds indoors. If you direct sow seeds into your garden, start the days to maturity count when the first true set of leaves emerge.
The reason for the difference is that all plants go through a little bit of a transition process when you transplant them. It takes them a minute to acclimate to your soil, etc.
The DTM they give is based on how they do it. Does days to maturity mean that the plant is now ready to produce or that I should be able to harvest veggies? If you live somewhere the rainfall is different, the average temperature is different, the amount of sunlight is different. I had several seedlings that had been started indoors, when I moved them outdoors, I lost quite a few or so it seemed.
You'll notice I am using several weasel words like maybe find, of should. We want to have true leaves before we transplant to ensure the plant is mature enough to handle the transplant shock.
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