Heirloom Organic 30 Seeds Honeydew Melons Honey Dew Vegetable Edible Fruit Seeds F11 description and characteristics, review:
Quantity: 30 Bulk Seeds
Growing soil temperature: 21-29C Spacing in beds : 16" (40cm) Watering: Moderate and even from germination to hardening off, low for one week prior to transplanting, moderate again from transplanting until fruit is full sized, low or none during ripening of fruit. Light: Full sun
How to Grow? 1.Choose an area that gets full sun and has well-drained soil to plant your melons. Wait until the soil temperature is at least 65 degrees Fahrenheit to begin. 2. Add fertilizer to the garden section where you want to grow your melons. Use a rate of 3 pounds per 100 square feet of soil. 3. Plant two seeds per hole at a depth of 1 inch. Space each planting 24 inches apart in rows that are at least 5 feet apart.
Description: Honeydew melons are rich in antioxidants. The antioxidants present in honeydew include vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, beta carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin. It is low in fat and calories and contains natural sugars, thiamine and folic acid to help in energy production. Honeydew melons are also good for healthy skin, hair and nails because they contain vitamins A, C, E, the B vitamins, calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese, beta carotene and selenium. Now Get the Seeds and Grow your own.
4. Water the plants at a depth of 2 inches per week throughout the growing season. Pull weeds by hand so that you don't disturb the roots. 5. Remove the weakest seedling from each hole once plants get their first true leaves. Add mulch around each plant once the soil is about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. 6. Add a side dressing of 2 pounds calcium nitrate and 1 pound of ammonium nitrate for each 100 feet of row once your plants begin to vine. Repeat the process when blooms appear, to help the melons develop.