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Ruby watermelon will definitely conquer your taste buds. The flesh is bright red and dense, sweet and refreshing. It is very sweet in the mouth!
🍉The skin is so thin that you don’t even need a fruit knife, and there aren’t many seeds. The watermelon has a rich aroma, as if you were eating the watermelon of your childhood again.
🍉 Even the skin is sweet.
🍉 The skin is so thin that you can peel it by hand
🍉 The melon aroma is as strong as the melons from childhood
✔️It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, high-quality protein, and also contains potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, selenium, vitamin E, vitamin B1, and other nutritional elements.
✔️It can prevent excessive plasma cholesterol and arteriosclerosis
✔️Its rich potassium can protect heart function and prevent high blood pressure
✔️Removes dampness and diuresis, relieves summer heat and clears away heat, and has certain auxiliary effects on sore throat and mouth and tongue sores.
🍉Round in size, with thin skin and plenty of moisture, the sugar content is 35% higher than ordinary watermelon and is sweeter
🔪As soon as the tip of the knife touched the skin of the melon, there was a click and the melon cracked by itself! When you open it, you will see that the flesh is juicy and has a sandy texture. The red flesh also has a natural sweet fragrance😍
How to Sow and Plant
Spring is a suitable time to sow ruby watermelon. Sowing can be started when the soil temperature reaches about 15-18 degrees Celsius. Select a suitable area in the arboretum or garden, dig a small trench about 3-4 inches deep, and scatter the ruby watermelon seeds evenly in the trench.
Keep it moist:
Make sure the soil stays moist, but don't allow water to pool. Watering should not be excessive to avoid flooding, especially in the early stages of seed germination.
Ruby watermelons often require support to keep the fruit away from the soil surface to prevent rot and pest damage. You can use a trellis or fence to support and protect the watermelon while the fruit begins to form.
Weeding and fertilizing:
After the plants grow, keep the garden clean and remove weeds in time. Fertilizer can be applied in an appropriate amount to promote plant growth and fruit development.
Typically, the color of the ruby watermelon's skin will change to red as it matures, and the curly part around the melon's stem will begin to dry out. At this time, you can gently tap the fruit with your fingers, and hearing a hollow sound indicates that the ruby watermelon is ripe. Fruits can be cut with a sharp knife or scissors, trying not to damage the plant.
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