Pop vriend company produces Kaolack Watermelon seeds. Its plant has a good cover and a medium-strong vigor.
In Nigeria, it is the most often used cultivar. In nutrient-rich, well-lit, well-drained soil, Kaolack thrives.
80–85 days after transplantation, there is an early maturity.
Plant vigor that is average but provides good cover.
Fruit rind has darker stripes and is a pale grey green color.
Dark pink flesh with a delicate, crisp structure and a pleasant flavor.
A 30 to 50-ton yield per acre is anticipated.
It performs admirably in a range of growth environments.
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As long as the plants have enough space to spread out, excellent drainage, plenty of sunlight, and a long enough growing season, watermelons are surprisingly simple to grow.
It requires a position with 8 to 10 hours of direct sunlight each day.
Compost or organic slow-release fertilizer should be applied liberally to the top few inches of soil.
Place the dirt in little hills 8 to 10 feet apart; for compact kinds, place them closer together.
To raise the soil’s warmth, preserve moisture, manage weeds, and hasten growth, cover the hills with black plastic.
To plant within rows, cut a slit in the black plastic with a 60*150 cm spacing; for between rows, cut a slit with a 120*170 cm spacing.
On each hill, plant four watermelon seeds at a depth of 2.5*5.
Wrap the seeds with soil and cover them.
Reduce the number of plants per hill to only two when there are 8 days or so until emergence.
Watermelons are voracious eaters and drinkers. A lot of water and frequent fertilizer treatments are necessary for the plants.
If you’re not using black plastic, surround plants with a thick layer of mulch to retain moisture and control weed growth.
Many farmers cover immature plants with floating row covers to protect them from cucumber bugs. When blooms start to develop, these covers must be taken off to allow for pollination.
80 to 85 days are normally needed for watermelons to achieve maturity.
Stopping of growth, yellowing of the underside, and shriveling of the stem at the fruit’s base are all indications that the fruit is ready for harvest.
Snip the stem from the vine with shears to harvest the melon.