Height: 1 to 1.5 feet
Spread: 3 to 12 feet
Foliage color: medium green
Foliage texture: coarse
low and trailing
climbing / vine
To prevent insect damage to developing fruits, place melons on pots or pieces of wood.
If growing melons on a trellis, support fruit with slings made from netting, fabric, or pantyhose.
Trellising improves air circulation around plants and can help reduce foliar disease problems.
Choose small-fruited varieties and reduce plant spacing.
For large plantings, leave a strip of rye cover crop every second or third row perpendicular to prevailing winds to protect plants from damaging wind.
To reduce insect and disease problems, avoid planting cucumber family crops (melons, squash, pumpkins) in the same spot two years in a row.
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