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Melon Seeds - New Melon. Heirloom, Non-GMO. Cucumis melo. Also known as makuwauri or meron. 110-120 days (40-45 days after fruit setting). Warm season annual. An open pollinated round melon that is a Japanese specialty. Developed in the 1950s for its fragrance and sweet tasting fruit, it has smooth green skin and white to pale yellow flesh. Each plant produces roughly 4-8 melons. Approx. 2,800 seeds / oz.
Prepare fertile, well-drained soil. Sow seeds in late spring/early summer after last frost in a warm, sunny location. Soil temperatures below 50°F can slow growth. Consider using black plastic and fabric row cover to speed soil warming. Sandy or light-textured soils that warm quickly in spring are best. Sow 3 seeds per hill and space hills 3' apart. Harvest when the fruit is about 3/4 lb or cut to taste sample melon for maturity. Best eaten fresh.
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