How To Grow Organic Melons - EASY FOR HEALTH new 2015
Harvest melons just once from your own garden, and you'll be spoiled forever for anything else. The sweet, juicy perfection is something you just can't get any other way. Like any other crop, melons have their share of challenges, but with a few tips and by making sure you get them off to a good start, chances are you'll have a decent melon harvest this summer.
Where to Grow Organic Melons
Melons, including muskmelons, watermelons, honeydew melons, and cantaloupes, grow best in those regions in USDA Hardiness Zones four and above.
They require a long warm season in general. If you grow in zones five and below, you'll want to look for faster-yielding varieties.
Melons require plenty of sun -- at least eight hours of full sun per day. They prefer well-drained soil amended with plenty of composted manure. Plan on giving them lots of space; most melons grow on long vines that will sprawl across several feet in your garden.Peaceful, Valley, farm, supply, Grass Valley organic, garden, gardening, organically, grow, organic, growing, sustainable, melon, melons, Watermelon (Ingredient), Cantaloupe (Food), seed, sprout, transplant, frost, summer, fall, Organic Food (Industry), Do It Yourself (Hobby), agribon, cutworm, Cucurbita (Organism Classification), foliar, spray, disease, fungus, soil, fertilizer, plant, crop, vine, vertical, trellis, Flower.Have you ever wanted to grow your own organic melons? Have you tried to grow them in the past but ran into some trouble? Take a look at this video and get some helpful advice from Tricia about getting the most our of your melon garden!
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