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Watermelon - Round Black Seeds

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Water Melon Black Round
  • Water Melon Black Round
  • Watermelon - Round Black Seeds
70 Price inclusive of all taxes

Watermelon - Round Black Seeds

Tarbooz

70 Price inclusive of all taxes

1 packet contains 20 seeds

Out of stock

Free Shipping on orders above Rs 200 & 3 Free Samples
Ships in 3 days
Watermelon - Round Black 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: November to February-March

Fruit picking: After 85-90 days from sowing

Fruit shape: Round

Fruit colour: Blackish Green

Average weight: 3-4 kgs

Flesh: Deep red

Sweetness: Very sweet

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  • SOWING
    TIME

    November to February-March

  • Sowing
    Distance

    PLANT TO PLANT 6 FT LINE TO LINE 2 FT

  • Fruit
    Weight

    3 - 4 Kgs

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Round

  • Days to
    maturity

    85 - 90 days

People growing in the tropical countries have a very sweet association with hot summery days – the huge large Watermelon! It is one of the sweetest, juiciest, and cooling fruits that you can find in nature. It's interesting to note that the Watermelon is actually a berry! It is classified so because botanically it's called a Pepo – or a berry which has a hard rind but no internal division! First grown in the Kalahari desert of Africa, the first records of harvesting this popular heat-dasher, dates back to 5000 years ago. In India there presence was recorded in the 7th century. More than just a fruit, the watermelon also has special connotations in the Freedom struggle of Africans and also became a symbol of their freedom. Eventually, they also found their way into the warmer parts of the Mediterranean region. The flowering plant belongs to the flowering vine-like family called the Cucurbitaceae and is an annual. It is usually grown for the special edible fruit.

The fruit, which is 91% water and 6% sugar, is one of the most nutritious fruits to include in your diet. With a very high content of Vitamin C, A, B6, and lycopene. Its seeds are edible too and are usually dried and roasted before consumed. They are known to be extremely rich in micro-nutrients and provide many life-sustaining essentials. The popular ways of eating watermelon include slicing or cutting it into cubes and enjoying on a hot summer day. You can also add it to salads, fruits salad, desserts and even pickle it.

Tempted to grow this beautiful and large fruit in your gardens? Get the seeds that will assure a high variety of the Black Watermelon. Shop with us now.
Growing guide for Watermelon - Round Black Seeds

Planting instructions

Watermelon vines are really tender, wait at least two weeks after frosty winters/ spring before sowing. Start seeds indoors around a month before transplanting.

Amend soil with aged manure, seaweed, and/or compost before planting. Watermelons are heavy feeders.

Growing the vines in raising rows, known as hills, ensures good drainage and will retain the sun’s heat longer. Place the plants about 2 feet apart in a 5-foot-wide hill.

If you’re growing in rows, space them 6 feet by 6 feet apart. After you are done transplanting, cover the plants with row covers to keep pests at bay.

Growing Requirements

watering

While melon plants need 1 to 2 litres of water per week. Avoid overhead watering. Reduce watering once fruits start to grow.

pests

These pests are known to attack watermelon- Aphids, Cucumber Beetles, Squash Vine Borer Moths, Fusarium Wilt, Anthracnose, Cabbage looper, Cutworms. The above mentioned pests may cause the following symptoms - Small, yellow-brown spots; irregularly shaped or circular dark brown lesions on leaves; fruits are small and pale in color,Large or small holes in leaves.

soil

Watermelons prefer a soil pH between 6 and 6.8. Watermelons grow well in loamy, well-drained soil.

spot

Watermelon plants need a minimum of 6 hours of sun every day.

temperature

Melons need warm temperatures. The optimum soil temperature for root growth is in the range of 20 to 35°C [68 to 95°F].

how to harvest

Look at the colour at the bottom. A green watermelon will have a white bottom; a ripe melon will have a creamy or yellow coloured bottom.

Check the tendril. If it’s green, wait. If it’s half-dead, the watermelon is nearly ripe or ripe. If the tendril is fully drained, it’s ripe or overripe.

Stems should be thin with a sharp knife close to the yield.

Watermelons can be stored uncut for nearly 10 days. If cut, they can last in the refrigerator for approximately 4 days. Wrap tightly in plastic, refrigerate.

Disclaimer:

The productiveness of any seed we sell is subject to your local climatic conditions*, the sowing method you adopt, and your commitment to the planting process. We give no warranty, expressed or implied, and are in no way responsible for the produce.

Please note that all our seasonal recommendations/ sowing information is as per the local climatic conditions. *For more information on the optimum conditions required for growing seeds in your region, please contact us at, hello@allthatgrows.in or Whatsapp us at, 8968675588

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Watermelon - Round Black Seeds

Tarbooz

70

Out of stock

1 packet contains 20 seeds
Watermelon - Round Black 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: November to February-March

Fruit picking: After 85-90 days from sowing

Fruit shape: Round

Fruit colour: Blackish Green

Average weight: 3-4 kgs

Flesh: Deep red

Sweetness: Very sweet

Have a Question?
(Price inclusive of all taxes)

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

Sowing time: November to February-March

Fruit picking: After 85-90 days from sowing

Fruit shape: Round

Fruit colour: Blackish Green

Average weight: 3-4 kgs

Flesh: Deep red

Sweetness: Very sweet

  • SOWING
    TIME

    November to February-March

  • Sowing
    Distance

    PLANT TO PLANT 6 FT LINE TO LINE 2 FT

  • Fruit
    Weight

    3 - 4 Kgs

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Round

  • Days to
    maturity

    85 - 90 days

People growing in the tropical countries have a very sweet association with hot summery days – the huge large Watermelon! It is one of the sweetest, juiciest, and cooling fruits that you can find in nature. It's interesting to note that the Watermelon is actually a berry! It is classified so because botanically it's called a Pepo – or a berry which has a hard rind but no internal division! First grown in the Kalahari desert of Africa, the first records of harvesting this popular heat-dasher, dates back to 5000 years ago. In India there presence was recorded in the 7th century. More than just a fruit, the watermelon also has special connotations in the Freedom struggle of Africans and also became a symbol of their freedom. Eventually, they also found their way into the warmer parts of the Mediterranean region. The flowering plant belongs to the flowering vine-like family called the Cucurbitaceae and is an annual. It is usually grown for the special edible fruit.

The fruit, which is 91% water and 6% sugar, is one of the most nutritious fruits to include in your diet. With a very high content of Vitamin C, A, B6, and lycopene. Its seeds are edible too and are usually dried and roasted before consumed. They are known to be extremely rich in micro-nutrients and provide many life-sustaining essentials. The popular ways of eating watermelon include slicing or cutting it into cubes and enjoying on a hot summer day. You can also add it to salads, fruits salad, desserts and even pickle it.

Tempted to grow this beautiful and large fruit in your gardens? Get the seeds that will assure a high variety of the Black Watermelon. Shop with us now.
Growing guide for Watermelon - Round Black Seeds

Planting instructions

Watermelon vines are really tender, wait at least two weeks after frosty winters/ spring before sowing. Start seeds indoors around a month before transplanting.

Amend soil with aged manure, seaweed, and/or compost before planting. Watermelons are heavy feeders.

Growing the vines in raising rows, known as hills, ensures good drainage and will retain the sun’s heat longer. Place the plants about 2 feet apart in a 5-foot-wide hill.

If you’re growing in rows, space them 6 feet by 6 feet apart. After you are done transplanting, cover the plants with row covers to keep pests at bay.

Growing Requirements

watering

While melon plants need 1 to 2 litres of water per week. Avoid overhead watering. Reduce watering once fruits start to grow.

pests

These pests are known to attack watermelon- Aphids, Cucumber Beetles, Squash Vine Borer Moths, Fusarium Wilt, Anthracnose, Cabbage looper, Cutworms. The above mentioned pests may cause the following symptoms - Small, yellow-brown spots; irregularly shaped or circular dark brown lesions on leaves; fruits are small and pale in color,Large or small holes in leaves.

soil

Watermelons prefer a soil pH between 6 and 6.8. Watermelons grow well in loamy, well-drained soil.

spot

Watermelon plants need a minimum of 6 hours of sun every day.

temperature

Melons need warm temperatures. The optimum soil temperature for root growth is in the range of 20 to 35°C [68 to 95°F].

how to harvest

Look at the colour at the bottom. A green watermelon will have a white bottom; a ripe melon will have a creamy or yellow coloured bottom.

Check the tendril. If it’s green, wait. If it’s half-dead, the watermelon is nearly ripe or ripe. If the tendril is fully drained, it’s ripe or overripe.

Stems should be thin with a sharp knife close to the yield.

Watermelons can be stored uncut for nearly 10 days. If cut, they can last in the refrigerator for approximately 4 days. Wrap tightly in plastic, refrigerate.