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WM4158

F1 WM4158 Black Watermelon

Size: 8-10 kg
Flesh: Red crispy, firm, very sweet
Maturity: 72-75 days from sowing
Fruit: oblong shape, black skin,
Remarks: high yield

WM4156

F1 WM4156 Black Icebox Watermelon

Size: 3-3.5 kg
Flesh: Red crispy, firm, very sweet
Maturity: 60-65 days from sowing
Fruit: cylindrical long shape, black skin,
Remarks: high yield, good for transportation

WM4155

F1 WM4155 Black Icebox Watermelon

Size: 2.5-4 kg
Flesh: Red crispy, firm, very sweet
Maturity: 60-65 days from sowing
Fruit: cylindrical long shape, black skin
Remarks: high yield, good for transportation
Tags: black, F1, hybrid, Icebox, Seed, watermelon

Bitter Gourd - BG 4717

Bitter Gourd BG4717

Fruit: shiny deep green color skin
Size: 5.5-6 x 25-27 cm
Weight: 300-450 grams
Maturity: 55-60 days from sowing
Remarks: good for transportation, thick flesh

WM5153

F1 WM4160 Black Icebox Watermelon

Size: 3-5 kg
Flesh: Red Crispy, very sweet
Maturity: 60-65 days from sowing
Fruit: oblong shape, black skin, red flesh, sweet taste
Remarks: high yield

WM5151

F1 WM5151 Black Icebox Watermelon

Size: 3-5 kg
Flesh: Red Crispy, very sweet
Maturity: 80-85 days from sowing
Fruit: oblong shape, black skin, red flesh, sweet taste
Remarks: high yield

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F1 Hybrid WM4145

Size 4-6 kg
Fruit: black color skin, oval shape,
Flesh: red, firm, crisp and very sweet
Maturity: 70-72 days from sowing

Bitter Gourd - BG 4716

Bitter Gourd BG4716

Fruit: shiny green color skin
Size: 5.5-6 x 25-28 cm
Weight: 300-450 grams
Maturity: 55-60 days from sowing
Remarks: good for transportation, thick flesh

Bitter Gourd - BG 4715

Bitter Gourd BG4715

Fruit: grey-green color curds
Size: 5.5-6 x 28-30 cm
Weight: 350-500 grams
Maturity: 55-60 days from sowing
Remarks: high yield, good fruit setting

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F1 Hybrid 4509

Size: 1.8-2.2 kg
Maturity: 30-35 days from flowering
Fruit: deep yellow skin, round shape, thick white flesh, crisp and very sweet taste
Remarks: strong plant

Bitter Gourd - BG 4714

Size: 5.5 x 20-23 cm
Weight: 200-250 grams
Maturity: 50-55 days from sowing.
Fruit: Deep green color with the attractive shiny curds
Flesh: tender, medium bitter taste.

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F1 Hybrid WM4144

Fruit: round shape, black color skin, red firm flesh and sweet
Size 7-9 kg
Maturity: 73-78 days from sowing
Remarks: very good fruit setting although in wet condition, tolerant to Bacterial Fruit Blotch, medium tolerant to Anthracnose

WM4143

Size: 8-10 kg
Maturity: 75-80 days from sowing
Fruit: round shape, very dark green (almost black) skin with thin black stripes, red flesh, firm and sweet
Remarks: high tolerant to Bacterial Fruit Blotch, medium tolerant to Anthracnose, vigorous vines and leaves

Pepper - PE 195

This hybrid sweet pepper has erected, Medium tall plant and good tolerant to Anthracnose disease. Fruit is light green color, smooth and glossy skin, taper in shape, 3.5 x 9 cm in size, 20-30 grams in weight. Flesh is thick and has mild sweet. It can be harvested in 90-100 days from sowing.

PEPPER FACTS: In addition to the cherry (Cerasiforme group) and red cluster (Fasciculatum), these hot varieties, which are red when mature, include the tabasco (Conoides), which is commonly ground and mixed with vinegar to produce a hot sauce, and the long "hot" chili and cayenne (Longum), often called capsicums. Cayenne pepper, said to have originated in Cayenne in French Guiana, is one of the spices derived from these peppers and is produced in many parts of the world.
Watermelon - 145 Wanchai

A hybrid crimson sweet watermelon round type. Plant is strong, fast growing, and early maturity. Fruit is 7-9 kg, light green with deep green stripes. Flesh is red color, crisp and sweet flavour. It can be harvested in 75-78 days from sowing. Tolerant to Fusarium.

 

 

DID YOU KNOW? Watermelon – (Citrullus lanatus, formerly C. vulgaris), succulent fruit of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa, but under cultivation on every continent except Antarctica. Its vines grow prostrate, with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and flowers borne singly in the axil of a leaf. Each light yellow flower produces either pollen or fruit. The sweet, juicy flesh may be reddish, white, or yellow. Flesh colour, shape of the fruit, and thickness of the rind depend on the variety. Weight varies from 1 to 2 kg (2.5 to 5 pounds) to 20 kg or more. The number of fruits per vine varies from 2 or 3 to 15.

The history of watermelons is a long one; there is a Sanskrit word for watermelon, and fruits are depicted by early Egyptian artists, indicating an antiquity in agriculture of more than 4,000 years.

Watermelon contains vitamin A and some vitamin C. It is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.

Watermelon - WM 182

An early, prolific fruits and small seeded variety, fruit is oblong in shape, light green color with dark green stripes tough enough rind to carry long distance, 8 kg in weight. Flesh is bright red, crisp and sweet. It can be harvested in 70-72 days from sowing.

DID YOU KNOW? Watermelon – (Citrullus lanatus, formerly C. vulgaris), succulent fruit of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa, but under cultivation on every continent except Antarctica. Its vines grow prostrate, with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and flowers borne singly in the axil of a leaf. Each light yellow flower produces either pollen or fruit. The sweet, juicy flesh may be reddish, white, or yellow. Flesh colour, shape of the fruit, and thickness of the rind depend on the variety. Weight varies from 1 to 2 kg (2.5 to 5 pounds) to 20 kg or more. The number of fruits per vine varies from 2 or 3 to 15. The history of watermelons is a long one; there is a Sanskrit word for watermelon, and fruits are depicted by early Egyptian artists, indicating an antiquity in agriculture of more than 4,000 years. Watermelon contains vitamin A and some vitamin C. It is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.

Watermelon - WM 148

A vigorous plant and vines, very productive crimson sweet type hybrid watermelon. Fruit is 10-12 kg, oblong in shape, green rind with dark green stripes. Flesh is red, crisp, and sweet. It can be harvested in 78-80 days from sowing. Tolerant to Fusarium.

DID YOU KNOW? Watermelon – (Citrullus lanatus, formerly C. vulgaris), succulent fruit of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa, but under cultivation on every continent except Antarctica. Its vines grow prostrate, with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and flowers borne singly in the axil of a leaf. Each light yellow flower produces either pollen or fruit. The sweet, juicy flesh may be reddish, white, or yellow. Flesh colour, shape of the fruit, and thickness of the rind depend on the variety. Weight varies from 1 to 2 kg (2.5 to 5 pounds) to 20 kg or more. The number of fruits per vine varies from 2 or 3 to 15. The history of watermelons is a long one; there is a Sanskrit word for watermelon, and fruits are depicted by early Egyptian artists, indicating an antiquity in agriculture of more than 4,000 years. Watermelon contains vitamin A and some vitamin C. It is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.

Watermelon Makro316

This hybrid is early Charleston Grey type, fruit is oblong, 10-12 kg in weight, bright red, sweet flesh of fine texture with small dark brown seeds. Light green color, thick rind makes it a good shipper. Plant is vigorous and provides high yielding, resistance to Fusarium wilt and Anthracnose. It can be harvested in 75-80 days from sowing.

WATERMELON FACT: DID YOU KNOW? Watermelon – (Citrullus lanatus, formerly C. vulgaris), succulent fruit of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa, but under cultivation on every continent except Antarctica. Its vines grow prostrate, with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and flowers borne singly in the axil of a leaf. Each light yellow flower produces either pollen or fruit. The sweet, juicy flesh may be reddish, white, or yellow. Flesh colour, shape of the fruit, and thickness of the rind depend on the variety. Weight varies from 1 to 2 kg (2.5 to 5 pounds) to 20 kg or more. The number of fruits per vine varies from 2 or 3 to 15. The history of watermelons is a long one; there is a Sanskrit word for watermelon, and fruits are depicted by early Egyptian artists, indicating an antiquity in agriculture of more than 4,000 years. Watermelon contains vitamin A and some vitamin C. It is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.

Watermelon - WM 186 Somros

An attractive appearance Dragon type, crisp and very sweet. Fruit is semi-oblong in shape, 8-10 kg in weight, dark green stripes on green rind, thin but tough enough to ship long distance, red color flesh and special flavor. Maturity is 72-75 days from sowing.

 

 

 

DID YOU KNOW? Watermelon – (Citrullus lanatus, formerly C. vulgaris), succulent fruit of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa, but under cultivation on every continent except Antarctica. Its vines grow prostrate, with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and flowers borne singly in the axil of a leaf. Each light yellow flower produces either pollen or fruit. The sweet, juicy flesh may be reddish, white, or yellow. Flesh colour, shape of the fruit, and thickness of the rind depend on the variety. Weight varies from 1 to 2 kg (2.5 to 5 pounds) to 20 kg or more. The number of fruits per vine varies from 2 or 3 to 15.

The history of watermelons is a long one; there is a Sanskrit word for watermelon, and fruits are depicted by early Egyptian artists, indicating an antiquity in agriculture of more than 4,000 years.

Watermelon contains vitamin A and some vitamin C. It is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.
Watermelon - WM 185 Chutchai

This hybrid is round fruits, 6-8 kg in weight, with dark green stripes on the green, medium thin rind, flesh is bright red, crisp and sweet with fine texture. Plant is vigorous, provides excellent fruit setting. Good tolerance to Anthracnose. It can be harvested in 70-72 days from sowing.

 

 

DID YOU KNOW? Watermelon – (Citrullus lanatus, formerly C. vulgaris), succulent fruit of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa, but under cultivation on every continent except Antarctica. Its vinesgrow prostrate, with branched tendrils, deeply cut leaves, and flowers borne singly in the axil of a leaf. Each light yellow flower produces either pollen or fruit. The sweet, juicy flesh may be reddish, white, or yellow. Flesh colour, shape of the fruit, and thickness of the rind depend on the variety. Weight varies from 1 to 2 kg (2.5 to 5 pounds) to 20 kg or more. The number of fruits per vine varies from 2 or 3 to 15.

The history of watermelons is a long one; there is a Sanskrit word for watermelon, and fruits are depicted by early Egyptian artists, indicating an antiquity in agriculture of more than 4,000 years.

Watermelon contains vitamin A and some vitamin C. It is usually eaten raw. The rind is sometimes preserved as a pickle.

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