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Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds

Kharbooza

65 Price inclusive of all taxes
Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds
  • Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds
  • Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds
  • Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds
65 Price inclusive of all taxes

Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds

Kharbooza

65 Price inclusive of all taxes

1 packet contains 50 seeds

Free Shipping on orders above Rs 200 & 3 Free Samples
Ships in 3 days
Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Sowing time : February to March

Fruit Picking : After 90-95 days from sowing

Fruit Shape : Round

Fruit Color :Light brown with intense netting

Average Weight :700 to 800 gms

Flesh Color :Orange

Sweetness :Very sweet and juicy

Specification :Good keeping quality, suitable for distant market

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  • SOWING
    TIME

    February to March

  • Sowing
    Distance

    PLANT TO PLANT 5 FT LINE TO LINE 2 FT

  • Fruit
    Weight

    700 to 800 gms

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Round

  • Days to
    maturity

    90-95 days

Golden melon or honey-melon is a fruit for everyone. The balance in its taste, color, crunchiness and water content is a perfect combination for anyone hoping to consume a delight. The golden melon was originally from Europe and Africa before spreading to other parts of the world. Golden melon is a great constituent of essential minerals and nutrients such as vitamin C, pantothenic acid, calcium, zinc, vitamin B6, fiber, magnesium, iron, potassium, vitamin A and omega-3 & 6. The intake of golden melon helps to regulate blood pressure level due to the presence of potassium in it. The Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids also makes it effective for maintaining a healthy heart. Puree and use your melons to make sauces, smoothies, and cocktails. The sweet flavor is complemented by cucumber, mint, basil, red onion, blueberries, mango, robust cheese varieties, salted meats, honey, cream, black pepper and balsamic vinegar.

Do not forget to scoop out the seed portion inside the fruit just like you would do to papaya. Golden melon is easily perishable and as such necessitates quick consumption upon ripening to avoid spoilage.
Growing guide for Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds

Planting instructions

Amend soil with aged manure or compost before planting.

Growing vines on raised rows, known as hills, ensures good drainage and the heat from sun remains locked in for a longer time.

Muskmelon vines are really tender and should not be transplanted until frost has completely vanished.

Plant seeds one inch deep, 18 inches apart, in mounds about 3 feet apart.

If you have limited space, vines can be backed by a trellis.

Growing Requirements

watering

Keep the soil around the young muskmelon plants moist. They should get around 1-2 litres of water a week. Reduce watering once the fruit starts growing. Avoid wetting the leaves.

pests

The following pests are known to attack this crop - Aphids, Cucumber Beetles, Squash Vine Borer Moths, Fusarium Wilt. Pest infestation shows symptoms like yellow-brown spots, water-soaked lesions on leaves which exude a milky substance that dries to form a white crust, beside lesions, and a sticky, sugary substance called honeydew which encourages the growth of sooty mold on the plants etc.

soil

Likes loamy, well-drained, sandy soil with a pH of around 6.

spot

Plant muskmelons in a place where they can receive plenty of sunlight.

temperature

Plant Muskmelons when the soil temperature is at least 15°C [60°F] for germination.

how to harvest

When rinds begin to turn from green to tan or yellow, the melon is probably ripe, but be careful not to pick too early.

Look for a gap in the base where it binds to the fruit. This is a sign of ripeness as well. If melons begin to fall off the vine by themselves then they are usually overripe.

Harvest melons when the vines are dry, and be careful not to damage them.

They will soften after harvesting, but will not continue to sweeten once off the vine.

Muskmelon can be stored uncut for 5 or 6 days. If cut, they can last in the refrigerator for approximately 3 days, wrapped tightly in plastic.

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  • Plant description pls and if possible send a photograph of plant.in month of may it can showing?

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    Thanks for reaching out to us. Please find the below description of Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds:

    Golden melon or honey-melon is a fruit for everyone. The balance in its taste, color, crunchiness and water content is a perfect combination for anyone hoping to consume a delight. The golden melon was originally from Europe and Africa before spreading to other parts of the world. Golden melon is a great constituent of essential minerals and nutrients such as vitamin C, pantothenic acid, calcium, zinc, vitamin B6, fiber, magnesium, iron, potassium, vitamin A and omega-3 & 6. The intake of golden melon helps to regulate blood pressure level due to the presence of potassium in it. The Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids also makes it effective for maintaining a healthy heart. Puree and use your melons to make sauces, smoothies, and cocktails. The sweet flavor is complemented by cucumber, mint, basil, red onion, blueberries, mango, robust cheese varieties, salted meats, honey, cream, black pepper and balsamic vinegar. 

    Sowing Time: Feb to Mar; Sowing Distance: PLANT TO PLANT 5 FT LINE TO LINE 2 FT; Fruit Weight: 700 to 800 gms; Fruit Shape: Round;
    Days to Maturity: 90-95 Days

    Do not forget to scoop out the seed portion inside the fruit just like you would do to papaya. Golden melon is easily perishable and as such necessitates quick consumption upon ripening to avoid spoilage.

    Currently, we don't have a photograph.

    In case we could assist you more, please feel free to contact us.

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  • Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds
  • Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds
  • Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds

Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds

Kharbooza

65

1 packet contains 50 seeds
Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Sowing time : February to March

Fruit Picking : After 90-95 days from sowing

Fruit Shape : Round

Fruit Color :Light brown with intense netting

Average Weight :700 to 800 gms

Flesh Color :Orange

Sweetness :Very sweet and juicy

Specification :Good keeping quality, suitable for distant market

Have a Question?
(Price inclusive of all taxes)

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Sowing time : February to March

Fruit Picking : After 90-95 days from sowing

Fruit Shape : Round

Fruit Color :Light brown with intense netting

Average Weight :700 to 800 gms

Flesh Color :Orange

Sweetness :Very sweet and juicy

Specification :Good keeping quality, suitable for distant market

  • SOWING
    TIME

    February to March

  • Sowing
    Distance

    PLANT TO PLANT 5 FT LINE TO LINE 2 FT

  • Fruit
    Weight

    700 to 800 gms

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Round

  • Days to
    maturity

    90-95 days

Golden melon or honey-melon is a fruit for everyone. The balance in its taste, color, crunchiness and water content is a perfect combination for anyone hoping to consume a delight. The golden melon was originally from Europe and Africa before spreading to other parts of the world. Golden melon is a great constituent of essential minerals and nutrients such as vitamin C, pantothenic acid, calcium, zinc, vitamin B6, fiber, magnesium, iron, potassium, vitamin A and omega-3 & 6. The intake of golden melon helps to regulate blood pressure level due to the presence of potassium in it. The Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids also makes it effective for maintaining a healthy heart. Puree and use your melons to make sauces, smoothies, and cocktails. The sweet flavor is complemented by cucumber, mint, basil, red onion, blueberries, mango, robust cheese varieties, salted meats, honey, cream, black pepper and balsamic vinegar.

Do not forget to scoop out the seed portion inside the fruit just like you would do to papaya. Golden melon is easily perishable and as such necessitates quick consumption upon ripening to avoid spoilage.
Growing guide for Musk Melon Golden (Orange Flesh) Seeds

Planting instructions

Amend soil with aged manure or compost before planting.

Growing vines on raised rows, known as hills, ensures good drainage and the heat from sun remains locked in for a longer time.

Muskmelon vines are really tender and should not be transplanted until frost has completely vanished.

Plant seeds one inch deep, 18 inches apart, in mounds about 3 feet apart.

If you have limited space, vines can be backed by a trellis.

Growing Requirements

watering

Keep the soil around the young muskmelon plants moist. They should get around 1-2 litres of water a week. Reduce watering once the fruit starts growing. Avoid wetting the leaves.

pests

The following pests are known to attack this crop - Aphids, Cucumber Beetles, Squash Vine Borer Moths, Fusarium Wilt. Pest infestation shows symptoms like yellow-brown spots, water-soaked lesions on leaves which exude a milky substance that dries to form a white crust, beside lesions, and a sticky, sugary substance called honeydew which encourages the growth of sooty mold on the plants etc.

soil

Likes loamy, well-drained, sandy soil with a pH of around 6.

spot

Plant muskmelons in a place where they can receive plenty of sunlight.

temperature

Plant Muskmelons when the soil temperature is at least 15°C [60°F] for germination.

how to harvest

When rinds begin to turn from green to tan or yellow, the melon is probably ripe, but be careful not to pick too early.

Look for a gap in the base where it binds to the fruit. This is a sign of ripeness as well. If melons begin to fall off the vine by themselves then they are usually overripe.

Harvest melons when the vines are dry, and be careful not to damage them.

They will soften after harvesting, but will not continue to sweeten once off the vine.

Muskmelon can be stored uncut for 5 or 6 days. If cut, they can last in the refrigerator for approximately 3 days, wrapped tightly in plastic.