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Yellow Petite Watermelon is a delicious fruit known for its bright yellow skin, juicy flesh, and sweet taste. They often become people's choice in the summer, bringing coolness and satisfaction to the hot summer days.
- Lightly sweet and aromatic icebox variety
- Light Green Rind with Dark Green Stripes; Lightly Sweet, Aromatic Yellow Flesh
- Space Saving, Icebox Variety; Early to Mature
- Prefers Full Sun Exposure and Warm Weather
Appearance: Yellow Petite Watermelon is usually round or oval in shape, with a light yellow to golden color on the skin, which is where its name comes from. The rind may have dark green veins or spots, adding to its visual appeal. The fruits are usually larger and can weigh dozens of pounds (pounds are a unit of weight).
Pulp: Yellow Petite Watermelon has very juicy flesh that is bright orange or deep orange in color. It has a very crisp texture and a sweet taste that is very popular.
Seeds: Yellow Petite Watermelon contain many flat, black seeds that are often scattered throughout the pulp.
Growing Conditions: Yellow Petite Watermelon generally grow best in warm climates and require full sun and well-drained soil. They grow rapidly during hot seasons and require regular watering and fertilizing for optimal yields.
Usage: Yellow Petite Watermelon can be eaten raw, cut into pieces or made into watermelon salad. They are also suitable for making juices, smoothies, frozen desserts and watermelon ice cream. Yellow soil watermelon is a popular cooling fruit in the summer and can be enjoyed as a snack or dessert.
How to Grow?
1.Sowing: Grow seedlings indoors at a suitable time, usually after the last frost. Yellow Petite Watermelons can also be grown outdoors by direct seeding. Usually 2-3 seeds are planted in each seedbed, and then thinned out to the strongest one at a later stage.
2.Soil Preparation: Choose well-drained, fertile soil that is rich in organic matter. You can add organic fertilizer or humus to improve soil fertility before planting.
3.Plant Spacing: When growing outdoors, make sure there is adequate spacing between plants, usually 4-6 feet between each plant so they have enough room to grow.
4.Full Sunlight: Provide full sun, at least 6-8 hours per day. Yellow soil watermelon plants require lots of sunlight to grow and develop.
5.Watering: Yellow Petite Watermelons need to keep the soil moist, especially during fruit development. Avoid overwatering to avoid root damage.
6.Fertilizer: Use an appropriate fertilizer to meet your plant's nutrient needs. You can choose a balanced fertilizer suitable for vegetable and melon plants.
7.Support: Since watermelon produces large fruits in yellow soil, support the fruit to avoid contact with the soil and reduce the risk of rot.
8.Weeding: Weed regularly to keep your bed clean and reduce the risk of pests and diseases.
9.Harvest: Yellow Petite Watermelons typically require a growing period of 80 to 90 days, depending on variety and climate conditions. The fruits are ready to harvest when they turn golden brown and have a rich, sweet flavor.
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