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Allsweet - #142T or #142U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 90 days. Produces large, oblong fruit, 19”L x 7”W weighing 25-30 lbs. Bright red flesh with mouthwatering sweetness! Small seeds. Holds up well making it an excellent shipper. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Fusarium Wilt
Big Stripe - #546T or #546U (HY) 85 days. Big Stripe is a large, oblong stripe averaging up to 30 lb. The rind has a light green background with darker green stripes. The rind color holds well and is slow to fade. High yield potential. Strong vigorous plants provide good cover for fruit. Flesh is red and sweet. Good shipper. Big Stripe could be very helpful in areas where larger sized melons are desired. Tolerant: Fusarium Wilt
Black Diamond - #17T or #17U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 90 days. Large, 40-45 lb melon with a glossy solid black-green rind with deep red, tender, crisp, sweet flesh and large grayish-black seeds. When properly pruned and weather and soil conditions are favorable, they can weigh 75-80 lbs. Very hardy mid-season melons. Good shipper. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Fusarium Wilt
Cal Sweet Bush - #518T or #518U. (HY) 65 days from transplant: 90 days from sowing seed. Like all AAS winners, this newbie delivers exceptionally sweet taste with crisp texture. 7-9”H compact, bushy 14-18” spreading vines provide enough dark green foliage cover to protect the dark green mottled fruit. Each plant yields 2-3 round to oval 10-12” fruits weighing 10-12 lb. Excellent choice for gardeners with limited space or those wanting a container melon. Each vine will produce at least one melon when grown in a container. Resistant: Powdery Mildew About 15,250 seeds per lb. (1/8 oz = 30 seeds)
Charlene - #30T (HY) 80-85 days. Blocky Charleston Gray type watermelon. Produces high percentage of uniform fruit weighing 22-25 lbs. A tough, light green rind with sweet red flesh and large brownish black seeds. Very productive. Excellent shipper. Tolerant: Fusarium Wilt
Standard (70%), Tested (10/2018), Germ (98%)
25 seed now $1.75
100 seed was $9.15 now $6.40
500 seed was $32.85 now $22.95
1,000 seed was $54.60 now $38.25
5,000 seed was $195.00 now $136.50
Charleston Gray 133 - #85T or #85U (OP) 85 days. Long, uniform 22-30 lb melons with a hard, thin, light green rind. Fine red flesh with firm texture, sweet flavor and large brownish black seeds. Long bearing vigorous vines. Should you want smaller melons, drill rows closer together, little pruning. Excellent shipper. Important factor: The degree of wilt tolerance is greater in this melon than in the original Charleston Gray. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Fusarium Wilt, Sunburn
Chunky (Seedless) - #534T (HY) 85 days. Top of the line watermelon! Industry accepted striped rind, green over light green, slightly oval and very uniform. Its red flesh is crisp and sweet. It has been recognized for its taste with consistent brix readings up to 12% as well as penetrometer readings of 3 plus making it very good for making chunks for the cut market. Strong, vigorous plants provide good canopy protecting the fruit from the sun. Competitive in our tests: Producing high yields of 18-22 lb 40 count fruit. Everyone should try this one and let it prove itself to you as it has for us. Good Tolerance: Fusarium Wilt Race 0&1. POLLINATOR REQUIRED.
Crimson Sweet - #95T or #95U (OP) HEIRLOOM 85 days. Attractive blocky round 24-25 lb melons with a light and dark green striped rind, deep red firm fine-textured flesh and small dark brown seeds. It fills the need for a round striped melon with good cutting and shipping qualities. Desired features consist of fewer and smaller seeds, sweeter flavor and thin rind. Well adapted for long distance shipping. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Fusarium Wilt
Crispy Critter - #516T (HY) 80-83 days. This hybrid is uniquely different weighing only 7-10 lbs. Extremely firm, crunchy red flesh with small seeds. Long shelf life. Excellent shipper. Perfect choice for consumers who want a very sweet melon that even a child can carry. Tolerant: Fusarium Wilt.
NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2019
(OP) 85 days. We have named this melon Desert King because we consider it the most drought tolerant variety we have found for dry land, desert like conditions. Round to slightly oblong, light pea green color, medium thin, tough rind, deep rich yellow, sweet and tender flesh with grayish black seeds. It has the ability to lie on the vine a month or so after ripening and still hold its good qualities and remain free from sunburn. A small percentage of red flesh melons may be found. Positively will not sunburn!
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