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Specialists in vine seeds, cantaloupes, watermelons, cucumbers

by Ebbert Seed Company

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Published by Ebbert Seed Co. in Rocky Ford, Colo .
Written in English

  • Nursery stock,
  • Catalogs,
  • Seeds,
  • Seedlings,
  • Vegetables,
  • Climbing plants

  • Edition Notes

    Statementthe Ebbert Seed Co
    ContributionsHenry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26206162M

    'Charentais' melons aren't found in your grocery store because they're too fragile to ship. A true cantaloupe, the 1 ½–2-pound fruits have smooth skin with light green stripes, maturing to creamy yellow. The delightfully scented, creamy orange flesh is filled with unsurpassed flavor. One of the sweetest rewards of home gardening!   However, our watermelon vines seem to be resistant to this problem, unlike the cantaloupes that we’ve tried to grow in the past. Lesson: watermelon is happier in our climate than cantaloupes and cucumbers. 2. Plant early varieties. While producing smaller fruit, early watermelon varieties get you to harvest faster.

    The reason cucumbers, squash, muskmelons and watermelons should not be grown near each other is that they are all cucurbits and may cross-pollinate to produce weird franken-gourds. This myth does have some truth in it, but it is not good gardening advice. Watermelons originated in Southern Africa and grows best in tropical to sub-tropical climates. That means they really love heat and humidity. If you live in a place that is hot and humid and rains a lot, then watermelons are trivial to grow. Just plant the seeds and watch the melon plants grow and the beautiful watermelons to form.

    • Watermelons are ready for harvest when the tendril closest to the fruit is dry and brown or when the bottom side of the fruit is yellow • Melons and watermelons will not ripen off vine • Pick in the cool of the day and chill quickly • Melons: store at 40°F and 95% relative humidity • Watermelons: store at °F and 85% relative. 48 Days Burpless, sweet and bitter-free. Cylindrical fruits have thin, dark-green skins that require no peeling. The fruits mature very early, and are best when harvested at 10 to 12 long. Vigorous vines grow up to 70 on trellises, 80 when left on the ground. Exceptional yields. A gynoecious variety including 12 percent pollinator seed.

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Specialists in vine seeds, cantaloupes, watermelons, cucumbers by Ebbert Seed Company Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cucurbits. Both cucumbers (Cucumis sativus) and cantaloupes (C. melo) belong to the genus Cucurbita; other members include watermelons, honeydew, summer squash and winter squash. Specialists in vine seeds, cantaloupes, watermelons, cucumbers: catalog / the Ebbert Seed Co. Item PreviewPages:   H.

Van Buskirk Seed Company's vine seed supplement: cantaloupes, muskmelons, watermelons, cucumbers / H. Van Buskirk Seed Co., cantaloupe, watermelon and vine seed specialists.

by H. Van Buskirk Seed Co; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. Vine crops are all members of the Cucurbitaceae family, but with such diverse elements as cucumbers to gourds, there are very different cultural practices from one crop to another.

This booklet answers cucumbers book questions about cucumbers, squash, zucchini, pumpkins, melons, cantaloupes, watermelons and gourds.

In short, all you need to know about vine crops packed into 36 pages written for both Price: $   Watermelons grow on sprawling vines – just like their relatives, honeydew and cantaloupe melons, squash, gourds, and cucumbers.

While for most of us these fruits may conjure up visions of something hefty and oblong with light and dark green stripes, watermelons come in a wide range of skin patterns and sizes. Plant watermelon seeds directly into the garden in southern climates, but start seeds indoors if you have a shorter season.

Watermelons are Southern natives and need a long time to grow. Cucumber beetles, squash vine borers, pickleworms and squash bugs also attack both plants. Cucumber beetles tend to spread the bacterial wilt disease around the garden.

Growing Tips Watermelons and cantaloupes can grow and produce well in the same spacious garden bed. If the gardener remains conscientious about monitoring for weeds, disease and.

Gummy stem blight is a stem and leaf disease of cucumber, cantaloupe, pumpkin and watermelon caused by the fungus Didymella bryoniae.

This fungus also causes a fruit rot called black rot. Symptoms include leaves with brown or tan spots of various sizes that may eventually cover the entire leaf. The stems may split to form open wounds called. The tiny, citrusy, cucumber-flavored melons have the aesthetic of a watermelon but are the size of grapes.

They're so adorable that you're likely to feel a sense of guilt when you bite into one. Growing cantaloupe is one of my favorites about summer gardening. I don’t grow a lot of fruit in my garden the rest of the year but growing cantaloupe is a MUST for our family.

The great this is that growing cantaloupe is fairly easy once you have the right information; my tips will get you on the right path to an amazing harvest. How to Grow Melons. Like its cucurbit cousins—watermelon, cucumbers, and squash—melons and Armenian cucumbers produce numerous fruitful vines.

There are countless varieties of melons—hundreds if not thousands, not counting many that go unrecorded worldwide. Time of Planting. Plant melon seeds outdoors after all danger of frost has passed.

bring weed seeds to the surface, and disturb soil previously treated with an herbicide. Watermelon roots may extend as far as the tips of the vines, even when grown on mulch. Turning the vines and deep cultivation in the vine area may destroy a large number of roots and reduce water and nutrient uptake.

Timely cultivation is also extremely. Exotic Mexican plant which tastes of cucumber and lime called cucamelon is launched in Britain for the first time. Odd-looking fruit can be pickled, made into salsa or eaten on its own.

Direct-Sowing Seeds. Create mounds of dirt, referred to as hills, for your plants. Be sure to amend your soil as needed with compost and other organic matter to give your watermelons the best possible grow space.

Keep in mind; watermelons prefer soil with a pH ofso test your soil for adequate conditions. Each watermelon can spread up to. I have tried unsuccessfully for years to grow a true French charentais melon—the holy grail of melons. It seems like those plants always get attacked first by the cucumber beetles and eventually die.

Growing Melons in the Garden. Cucumber Mosaic Virus is a world-wide virus disease that affects the growth of cantaloupes & melons, cucumbers, eggplants, gourds, peppers, pumpkins, spinach, squash, tomatoes, and watermelons.

Symptoms include stunted or dwarfed plants, mottling, yellowing, distortion, and wrinkling of the leaves with the edges curling downward, and reduced. Say hello to the Mexican cucumber, the most adorable fruit (or is it a vegetable?).

The other weekend when I was browsing the tables at the farmers market I came across the most interesting looking fruit. I’d never seen anything like it. This little fruit was the size of a large grape, and looked like a miniature watermelon with its oval shape and variegated green coloring.

The vines and extra melons that have dropped to the ground need to be removed if you don’t want to find that area quickly becoming a dedicated vine peach patch.

With as many melons are produced having this many seeds in each melon, it can happen in only a season or two. 90 days. First variety to win the prestigious AAS Award for.

Our first container watermelon produces at least one fruit per vine, each exceptionally sweet and tasty, with crisp, bright red flesh and weighing 10 to lbs. If planted even with limited space, productivity soars to 2 to 3 fruits per plant. Compact, bushy vines reach only in.

but offer enough foliage cover to protect the. Cucumber beetle: This 1/4-inch-long, yellow- and black-striped (or spotted) adult beetle feeds on all cucumber-family crops. The adults eat leaves, and the larvae feed on roots. To control cucumber beetles, cover young plants with a floating row cover or apply.

Specialists in vine seeds, cantaloupes, watermelons, cucumbers: catalog / By Ebbert Seed Company. and Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection. Abstract. Topics: Catalogs, Climbing plants, Colorado.Even then, the cucumber pollen would only have an effect if the genetic material from the cucumber pollen successfully fertilized an ovule forming a seed.

With regard to the watermelons produced this year, the pollen from the cucumbers would not affect the flavor of the melons.80 days. This watermelon brings another color of the rainbow to your fruit plates.

New Queen matures early and exhibits a stunning bright orange flesh that is tender, crisp, and juicy. Very few seeds and a 12% sugar content round out this exciting release.

The melons .