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Melon: Muskmelon
Cucumis melo
This is the familiar netted melon, often called a “cantelope” by us hillbillys who didn’t know better, growing up well outside of France where the true Cantaloupes grew. Melons need warm soil and sunny weather to set and ripen fruit. Powdery mildew is a common threat, and it shuts down fruit ripening quickly once a plant is infected. Muskmelons characteristically “slip” from the vine when ripe.
Seeds Per Packet: 200
Seeds Per Ounce: 1,250

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