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Planting, Growing and harvesting Watermelon.

Watermelon, a plant species belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family, gets harvested for its sweet edible fruits. The plant is a vine-type plant native to Africa. They are one of the widely cultivated fruit and finds their infancy days as back as 5000 years. Currently, there are more than 1000 watermelon varieties known to humanity. The origin of Watermelon…

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Cantaloupe

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Cantaloupe

Belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family, cantaloupes are one of the widely consumed variants of melon across the globe. They are known by various names in different parts of the world, like rockmelon, sweet melon, and spanspek. The smallest cantaloupe can weigh less than 500 grams, while the heaviest recorded variant falls in the range of…

How to Plant Peach Tree | Edible Gardening

Consistently, the Environmental Working Group distributes a rundown of the “messy dozen” produce things that contain the most pesticide buildup, and peaches are typically in that rundown. Assuming you need to partake in this delectable natural product naturally, why not develop your own peach trees? Peach trees come in different sizes, even bantam cultivars that…

Planning, Growing, and Harvesting Okra Plants

Okra, a vegetable categorized under tropical crop, is known for its edible green seed pods. The lady’s finger is a fruit rich in fiber, essential vitamins, proteins, folate, and high potassium levels. The anti-oxidant properties of Okra often go unnoticed, which is necessary for fighting cancer. The said fruit often found itself in the diet…

Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Cucumbers

Cucumbers are perhaps the most famous produce things developed and sold throughout the planet.  You’re most likely very much familiar with their fresh crunch and gentle, new flavor. Cucumber is a broadly developed sneaking plant in the Cucurbitaceae gourd family that bears cucumiform natural products, which are utilized as vegetables. There are three fundamental assortments…