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Melon - M 4505

This hybrid melon is early, deep yellow skin variety. Fruit is round to oval in shape, 1.5-1.8 kg in weight. White flesh is thick, crisp and very sweet with 15-16 % sugar content. It has excellent in flesh quality and taste. It can be harvested in 35-40 days after flowering. Suitable for storage and shipping.

Melon – M4501

F1 Hybrid M4501

Size: 1.3-1.5 kg
Maturity: 75-80 days from sowing
Fruit: round with thick netting, deep orange flesh, good aroma, thick and very sweet flesh with 15% sugar content
Remarks: long shelf-life

MELON FACTS: Melon, any of the varieties of Cucumis melo, a trailing vine grown for its edible, often musky-scented fruit. Melons are members of the horticulturally diverse gourd family (Cucurbitaceae). They are frost-tender annuals, native to central Asia, and widely grownin many cultivated varieties in warm regions around the world. The species has soft, hairy trailing stems, large round to lobed leaves, and yellow flowers about 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) across. The fruits of the numerous cultivated varieties differ greatly in size, shape, surface texture, and flesh colour and flavour: they weigh from 1 to 4 kilograms (2 to 9 pounds).

Melon – M737

F1 Hybrid M737

Size: 1.5-1.8 kg
Maturity: 80-85 days after flowering
Fruit: round shape, green flesh, good aroma, juicy and very sweet with 14-15% sugar content
Remarks: vigorous vines and sets fruit very well

MELON FACTS: Seven groups of melons are cultivated:
Reticulatis group, the netted, or nutmeg, melons, including the small muskmelons, with net-ribbed rind and sweet orange flesh;
Cantalupensis group, the cantaloupes (named for Cantalupo, near Rome, where these melons were early grown from southwestern Asian stock), characterized by rough warty rind and sweet orange flesh;
Inodorus group, the winter melons, including the large, smooth-skinned, mildly flavoured, and light green- to white-fleshed honeydew, casaba, and Persian melons;
Flexuosus group, the snake or serpent melons, up to 7 cm in diameter and about 1 metre (3 feet) long, with slightly acid cucumber-like flesh;
Conomon group, the Oriental pickling melons, with greenish flesh, neither musky nor sweet;
Chito group, the mango melons, with fruit usually the size and shape of a lemon or orange, and flesh whitish and cucumber-like;
Dudaim group, sometimes called the stinking melons, characterized by orange-sized, highly fragrant and inedible ornamental fruit.

Melon – Honey734

F1 Hybrid M734

Size: 1.2-1.6 kg
Maturity: 65-70 days after flowering
Fruit: oval shape, creamy-white and smooth rind, orange flesh, 15-17% sugar content, strong aroma, firm and very sweet
Remarks: good resistance to downy mildew

MELON FACTS: Melon, any of the varieties of Cucumis melo, a trailing vine grown for its edible, often musky-scented fruit. Melons are members of the horticulturally diverse gourd family (Cucurbitaceae). They are frost-tender annuals, native to central Asia, and widely grownin many cultivated varieties in warm regions around the world. The species has soft, hairy trailing stems, large round to lobed leaves, and yellow flowers about 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) across. The fruits of the numerous cultivated varieties differ greatly in size, shape, surface texture, and flesh colour and flavour: they weigh from 1 to 4 kilograms (2 to 9 pounds).