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Melon TSW: Sowing &

Melon TSW: Sowing & planting: Plant density: Seed demand: Cultivation: Harvest: 25-50 g, 1 g = 30-40 seeds. From begin of April under glass, from mid-May in the open field. Planting after 3-4 weeks of pre-cultivation. 150 x 80-100 cm. 5-10 g / 150-250 seeds. The main shoot rarely produces female flowers and should be cut to 2 leaves. First and second side shoot should be reduced to 4 leaves. Like with all cucurbits, the use of mulch film is worthwhile. When growing under glass, manual pollination can be favourable. The right time for harvesting Charentais melons can be easily detected by a slightly changing fruit colour, fine cracks at the base of the stem and especially by the aromatic smell. Fruits that are cut too early will not further ripen after harvest, while fully mature fruits have only a short shelf life. Charentais (Cucumis melo) Fruit Pulp Weight in g Description Artémis F1 orange 1.100-1.200 Early maturing Charentais melon. The juicy flesh has a deep orange colour and impresses with its aromatic sweet taste. For open field and greenhouse growing. Available as organic seeds from Vitalis | Only available as organic seeds from Vitalis | Variety information is based on our experiences from trial and agricultural production and offers no guarantee. Different climate, soil and cultivation circumstances must be taken into account. Naam Artémis F1 Enza Zaden | 27

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