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Watermelon Picnic Seeds

₹30.00

  • Product Code: Watermelon Picnic Seeds
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A fruit that is almost everyone’s absolute favorite; watermelons are known for their high water content to quench your thirst and keep your body hydrated. Our famous sweet watermelon varieties are to die for!


Level of difficulty to grow:

Days to maturity:  80-85 days

Plant spacing:  48 inches apart


Light Requirement: Expose the plants to full sun during the day


Soil Requirement: Watermelon needs well-drained, light, and nutrient-rich soil.


Water Requirement: Keeping the soil moist at all times is vital. Do not wet the vines or vegetative parts, especially during flowering and fruit-set.


Harvesting: Watermelon can be harvested once the part of the fruit touching the ground turns yellow. For better sweetness and flavor, stop or reduce watering a week before harvesting. Knock on your watermelon to check its hardness; the sound change is indicative of its maturity.


Gardening Tip: *Fruits only mature when they are attached to the vine. Hence immature fruits must be left untouched. For harvesting ripe fruits, the stem should be cut with a sharp knife about an inch away from the fruits.


Important Tips:  As Muskmelon is a climber plant, it will need staking. Once it grows up to 1-1.5 feet, it will require support to climb around. *Fruits only mature when they are attached to the vine. Hence immature fruits must be left untouched. For harvesting ripe fruits, the stem should be cut with a sharp knife about an inch away from the fruits.


  1. Prepare a soil bed in your garden. Sow 2-3 seeds in 1-2 cm deep holes located 60 cm apart.  Cover it with a thin layer of soil and spray water gently, making sure the soil is moist.

  2. As Muskmelon is a climber plant, it will need staking. Once it grows up to 1-1.5 feet, it will require support to climb around.

  3. During the application of water, do not wet the vines or vegetative parts, especially during flowering and fruit-set. For better sweetness and flavor, stop or reduce watering 3-6days before harvesting. 

  4. Sweetness up to 12-13% TSS

  5. After 80-85 days you can start picking the fruits. The part of the fruit touching the ground turns yellowish. 

*Fruits only mature when they are attached to the vine. Hence immature fruits must be left untouched. For harvesting ripe fruits, the stem is cut about an inch away from the fruits with the help of a knife*

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