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Watermelon - WM 4121 Seal

This hybrid is the twins of 159, early and good tolerant to wet condition. Fruit is oblong in shape, 2.5-3.5 kg in weight, deep green skin with black color stripes. The tough rind is suitable to carry long distance. Flesh is deep red, firm, crisp and very sweet. It can be harvested in 68-70 days from sowing.

Watermelon - WM 4120 Swaat

This hybrid is the twins of 158. Plant set early fruits and very productive. Fruit is short oblong in shape, 3.5-5 kg in weight, with black stripes on the dark green skin. Rind is thin but tough enough to carry long distance. Flesh is bright red, firm, crisp and very sweet. It can be harvested in68-70 days from sowing.

Watermelon - WM 4118

The early yellow flesh watermelon, fruit is round in shape, 4-5 kg, deep yellow flesh, tender and sweet. It can be harvested in 68-70 days from sowing.

Watermelon - WM 4113 Karat

Size: 2.5-3.5 kg
Maturity: 68-70 days from sowing
Fruit: oval shape, dark green skin with black stripes, thin tough rind, deep red flesh, firm, very sweet
Remarks: easy to grow, very prolific, good tolerant to hot and wet condition, good for long transportation

Watermelon - WM 4112

This hybrid is early maturity and good fruit set. It is round in shape, 8-10 kg in weight, light green with dark green stripes rind. Flesh is red, crisp, firm, sweet, good for storage and shipping. It can be harvested in 68-70 days from sowing.

Watermelon - WM 155 Dala

This hybrid is very early and prolific. Fruit is oblong, 2.5-3 kg in weight, light green with dark green stripes, thin and tough rind. Flesh is deep red, firm, crisp and very sweet. It can be harvested in 68-70 days from sowing.

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.

SugarBaby Type

WM4143
WM4143
WM4144
WM4144
WM4145
WM4145
WM032588
Watermelon - WM032588

Dragon Type

Dala 155
Watermelon - WM 155 Dala
Morning Sun 182
morning-sun-182
WM156
WM156
Somros 186
Watermelon - WM 186
WM 4112
Watermelon - WM 4112
WM4150
Watermelon - WM4150
Chutchai 185
Watermelon - WM 185 Chutchai
WM4153
Watermelon - WM4153
WM028037
WM028037

Torpido Type

Karat 4113
Watermelon - WM 4113 Karat
Swaat 4120
Watermelon - WM 4120 Swaat
Seal 4121
Watermelon - WM 4121 Seal
WM 4132
Watermelon - WM 4132
WM 4139
Watermelon - WM 4139
Ruam Dao
Watermelon “ Ruam Dao
WM4155
Watermelon - WM 4155
WM4156
Watermelon - WM 4156
WM4158
Watermelon - WM 4158
WM159
Watermelon - WM 159
WM4160
Watermelon - WM 4160
WM4167
Watermelon - WM 4160

Crimson Sweet Type

Crimsom 145
Watermelon - 145 Wanchai
WM 147
wm-147
WM 148
wm-148
Solo 4123
Watermelon - WM 4123 Solo
Ice Box 4126
Watermelon - Ice Box 4126
WM4140
Watermelon - WM4140
WM4142
Watermelon 4142
WM ex1716
Watermelon - WM ex1716
WM4151
Watermelon - WM4151

WM4152
Watermelon - WM 4152
WM4154
Watermelon - WM 4154

WM4159
Watermelon - WM 4159

Charleston Grey Type

WM 211
Watermelon - WM 211
Makro 316
makro-316
WM 4141
WM 4141

Seedless Type

Seedless 53
Watermelon - WM 53

Yellow Flesh Type

WM 4117
WM4117
WM 4118
Watermelon - WM 4118
WM4161
Wm4161-web

Icebox Type

WM119N139
WM119N139
Variety Comparison Chart
Watermelon Comparison Chart
growers-guide
Grower's Guide

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Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus, Family Cucurbitaceae) is the fruit and plant of a vine-like (climber and trailer) herb originally from southern Africa. This flowering plant bears an accessory fruit of a type that botanists call a false berry. The watermelon fruit, loosely considered a type of melon (although not in the genus Cucumis), has a smooth exterior rind and a juicy, sweet, usually red interior flesh.
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