I was told that watermelons are able to pollinate them selves. They get
male and female flowers, and bees/bugs do it for you. I got tired of
waiting so I used a "q" tip a couple of times. I had melons, but I dont
know if it was me or nature that got them to come on.
Seedless watermelons require a seeded cultivar planted among them. Unless you
buy seeds from a supplier to commercial growers, the packet will contain a afew
of a seeded cultivar. It has to be a watermelon, cantaloupes, cukes etc don't
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