Tips Growing golden honeydew melon for large fruits and sweet at home, Growing melon from seeds #gardendiy Watch Now!
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Tips Growing golden honeydew melon for large fruits and sweet at home, Growing melon from seeds
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Honeydew melons have a long growing season, which runs from early spring to early fall. Once your soil temperature reaches at least 65 degrees Fahrenheit, you can begin sowing honeydew seeds:
1. Choose the site. Honeydew melons require ample space and full sun to thrive. Choose a sunny area with enough space to accommodate the plant’s vines.
2. Prepare the soil bed. Honeydew melons prefer fertile, well-draining soil with organic matter. Before planting, work a few inches of organic matter like compost or aged manure into the soil. Use a soil test to assess your soil for deficiencies and acidity. You can amend the soil with organic solutions like compost, nutrient meals, or specific fertilizers.
3. Set up trellises or mounds. Honeydew melons grow vines that require a lot of surface area in the garden. These plants grow best either on raised mounds (six inches tall, spaced four to six feet apart) or on trellises (spaced three to four feet apart).
4. Plant the seeds. Sow seeds (or plant melon seedlings, if transplanting) on each mound or below each trellis, around ½ inch deep.
5. Water. Honeydew melons are drought-intolerant so keep the soil moist while the seeds germinate, and the seedlings grow.
7. Mulch around the seedlings. After thinning your young plants, you should mulch around them to preserve moisture, retain warmth, and prevent weeds from sprouting.
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