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Old August 20, 2022   #26
ac21686
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I tried another Sharlyn, this time more yellow. I can tell that it’s getting there. The plants are still alive but fading. I think with better practices - fruit thinning, less vines per hole - in the future, this melon would be very good if you can keep the plant alive as long as possible. I’m hoping a few more can ripen to a darker yellow rind with no green flesh towards the rind.

You can see in the third picture on the seed page how yellow theirs is compared to mine:

https://www.fruitionseeds.com/shop/v...sharlyn-melon/
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