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Watermelons, cantaloupes and other melons

Association of American Railroads. Railroad Committee for the Study of Transportation.

Watermelons, cantaloupes and other melons

by Association of American Railroads. Railroad Committee for the Study of Transportation.

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Melons.,
  • Railroads -- Freight -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Title from label mounted on cover.

    Statement[by] Group 4: E. D. Stratton [for] Subcommittee on Economic Study.
    ContributionsStratton, Elmer Durant, 1903-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE2321.F7 A87
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16875968M
    LC Control Number48014757

    Harvesting Watermelon and Cantaloupe. Melons taste better when they’re allowed to ripen on the vine. Harvesting Cantaloupe. Most varieties of cantaloupe turn a yellow-tan when they’re ripe. The French melon (charentais) turns a grayish green. The stem will easily slip off the melon when it’s ripe. You don’t need to break it. Harvesting.   A watermelon, which belongs to a different horticultural group, lasts three to four weeks (melons belong to the genus and specie Cucumis melo while watermelons belong to Citrullus lanatus).

    tasty. Usually, melons are grown in areas where the weather is hot during the summer. In the United States, more than 75% of all watermelons are grown in southern and western states like California and Texas. But watermelons and other kinds of melons grow well in other parts of the country too. As a melon plant grows, it produces flowers. Each.   How to tell cantaloupe, cucumber and honey dew plants apart was which. What I thought were watermelon plants, clearly aren't. They have leaves like cucumbers but seem to be in clusters, rather than alternate. They also have stronger points on the leaves than cucumbers. My hope is that I'm growing something other than just cukes! Not a big.

      Although often grouped together, most sweet melons fall into two broad categories: watermelons (Citrillus lanatus) and muskmelons (Cucumus melo). Watermelons are easy to identify, but muskmelons come in many varieties including honeydews, cantaloupes, and all the melons in the three groups (cantalupensis, reticulatus, inodorus) described below.   Melons are not only low in calories and fat, but they are also high in essential vitamins and minerals, and water content. In fact, a fresh watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew contains up to 90 percent water, making them some of the most thirst-quenching snacks around. And serving them is simple as can be.


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Watermelons, cantaloupes and other melons by Association of American Railroads. Railroad Committee for the Study of Transportation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The melons covered in the book range from the true cantaloupe to muskmelons (what Americans call cantaloupe) to casabas to Asian melons (not sweet like those to which Americans are accustomed) to those that aren't tasty (but are valued for other reasons) to every color flesh and seed, size and shape of watermelon under the sun!/5(27).

WITH SHORT, COOL summers and wet clay soil, my Vermont garden offers only one of the essentials melon cultivation requires: lots of room. Quel tragique, a French gardener might say, for even a hasty glance at the fruits -- 85 melons and 40 watermelons -- included in Amy Goldman's The Melon will have readers seeking a warm, sunny garden plot with well-drained, 5/5(16).

Immature melons have a pink flesh, mature melons are red to dark red, and over-mature ones have orange flesh. Actually, the red colour and flavour of watermelons improve during storage for 7 days at or above room temperature, while at 10°C or below colour fades.

many other tropical and subtropical fruits, cantaloupes are not processed into canned, frozen, or dehydrated products. With an increasing demand for fresh-cut fruits, the ma. Cantaloupes, watermelons, honeydews, and other melons are easy to freeze. You've probably seen them Watermelons the grocery store's freezer case or had them in a restaurant.

Here's how to do freeze the melons, with or without sugar. Ingredients. Melons: fresh Cantaloupe, Crenshaw, Honeydew, Watermelon, etc. Both Watermelons (Citrullus lanatus) and cantaloupes (Cucumis melo) are members of the cucumber family, Cucurbitaceae.

These annual vines with long, sprawling stems take up a large area in a garden and need lots of sunshine and warm temperatures to produce well.

Check out this guide to early melon varieties, growing and discovering the most delectable watermelons, cantaloupes, and more. Yes, melons need heat to develop their sugars. And yes, they need sun. Growing Cantaloupe: The Complete Guide to Plant, Care, and Harvest Cantaloupe.

Steph is a certified Square Food Gardening Instructor who has been gardening for more than 10 years in Canada where the winters are long and cold, and the summers are unpredictable. About Watermelons and Squash. Squash is divided into two categories: summer and winter squash. Summer squash plants are large and bushy.

Favorite Melon Varieties. Plant breeders are developing new melons all the time, but when it comes to taste you can’t beat the tried and true heirloom varieties.

Some of our favorite muskmelons are ‘Oka’, ‘Delicious’, and ‘Hale’s Best’. For green-fleshed varieties we have grown ‘Jenny Lind’ and ‘Ha’Ogen’. Who wouldn’t like the luxury of growing watermelons, cantaloupes, and other luscious melons in a backyard garden.

Nothing tastes more like summer than a ripe melon straight from the vine. Melons grow on very sprawling vines that can take up most of a garden bed though. The perfect solution is growing melons : Teo Spengler.

Muskmelon, also known as Cucumis melo, is a species of melon that belongs to the gourd ’s closely related to other plants like squash, pumpkin, zucchini, and watermelon ().Muskmelon has. Hand pollinating melon plants like watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew may seem unnecessary, but for some gardeners who have difficulty attracting pollinators, like those who garden on high balconies or in high pollution areas, hand pollination for melons is essential in order to get fruit.

Yes, that is no problem at all, except they take up a lot of space. I know the watermelon will not cross-pollinate with either of the other two.

I'm also pretty sure the pumpkin and cantaloupe will not cross-pollinate with each other, either, but I'm feeling lazy and will not go check on genus. Besides cantaloupes, and beyond the familiar honeydews and watermelons there are casabas, Crenshaws and even some special small French-style melons with names like French morning and French afternoon.

About Melons: Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) & Muskmelon (Cucumis melo) One of the basic facts about melons is that they can be challenging to grow well here in south coastal BC. But with a bit of added heat they can be very productive.

Melons picked fresh from the vine are unbelievably sweet and, like so many other kinds of garden produce, are nothing at all like. You'll know a watermelon is ready to harvest when you tap it and hear a hollow sound.

Another indication is when the tendril nearest to the fruit is dry. Watermelons should be cut from the vine, not pulled, as they may tear. 5 MAGNIFICENT MELONS • 'Earligold' cantaloupe: Ready in 75 days, this is an early and reliable cantaloupe. Round. Melons can cross-pollinate with some, but not all, other melons.

Melon Pollination Melons, like other curcubits, are monoecious, which means they. Cantaloupe, also known as muskmelon, thrives in the sunniest garden spot. They grow prolifically in well-enriched, sandy loam soil that is kept moist during the growing season.

Companion plants for cantaloupe include corn, pumpkin, squash, collards, borage, oregano, radishes, marigolds, petunias and beans. - Explore aprillizymeyers's board "Melons, Cantaloupes & Watermelons", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Edible garden, Vegetable garden and Watermelon pins. At Jackson Farming Company, we take great pride in ensuring that our watermelons are harvested at the peak of freshness.

We make sure each watermelon is strong healthy and delicious. In our prime watermelon season, we send our products to many customers throughout America to be enjoyed at summer cookouts, parties or just as a delicious snack.What's in season in Mayand other timely information: This page has a table below that tells when each fruit or vegetable is normally ready to be harvested in Arkansas!

We also have a page with links to our own simple instructions on canning, freezing and drying many fruits and vegetables, such as how to make jam, apple butter.To grow melons in the North, you’ll need to select cultivars that have shorter maturation times.

Look for cantaloupe and watermelon varieties that mature in less than 85 days from seed. Some of my favorite fast-maturing cantaloupes include “First Kiss,” “Minnesota Midget” and “Magnificenza.” As Author: Jessica Walliser.