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  • Known You Red Lady Papaya Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Known You Red Lady Papaya Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex

    Known You Known You Red Lady Papaya Seeds - 10 GM

    Red Lady Papaya Seeds from Known You is early, vigorouctive, as, prodund tolerant to papaya ringspot virus Plants begin to bear fruit at 60-80 cm height and have over 30 fruits per plant in each fruit-setting season Fruits are short oblong on female plants and rather long-shaped on bisexual plants, weighing about 1.5-2 kg The flesh is thick, red, with 13% sugar content, and aromatic Good shelf life and transportability Season - Kharif, Rabi and Early summer  

    Rs. 4,000.00

  • Syngenta Sugar Queen Watermelon Seeds - Agriplex Syngenta Sugar Queen Watermelon Seeds - Agriplex

    Syngenta Syngenta Sugar Queen Watermelon Seeds

    Syngenta Sugar Queen is known for producing high yields of sweet and juicy watermelons with crisp and fine flesh.  Unmatched sweetness: Sugar Queen boasts a TSS (total soluble solids) of 12-14%, which means it's packed with natural sugars for a deliciously sweet taste.  Prolific fruit set: You can expect abundant harvests of these medium-sized melons, each weighing 2.5-4 kg.  Exceptional shelf life: Sugar Queen's durable rind protects the juicy flesh, making it ideal for long-distance transport and extended storage.  Early maturity: Enjoy fresh, homegrown watermelons just 75-78 days (about 2 and a half months) after planting!  Disease resistance: Sugar Queen is resistant to several common watermelon diseases, making it a reliable choice for both experienced and novice gardeners.   Key Features:  Sweetness: TSS 12% to 14%  Prolific fruit set and good yield  Durable rind good for long-distance transportability  Very good shelf life  Maturity days: 75-78 days  Fruit color: Black and attractive rind  Flesh color: Bright red  Average fruit weight: 2.5-4 kg  Segment: Ice-box segment   Benefits:  It suitable for both summer and winter planting  Single bearing type  Requires less water and fertilizer than other varieties  These seeds are resistant to several diseases    Land Preparation:  Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.  Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.  Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.  Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.  Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.  Sowing:  Prepare planting holes 1 inch deep and spaced 2-3 feet apart.  Place Syngenta Sugar Queen 2-3 seeds in each hole and cover them with soil.  Water the planting area gently.  After the seedlings emerge, thin them to the strongest plant per hole.  Transplanting:  Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.   Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.  Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.  Once the Syngenta Sugar Queen seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.  Plant the Syngenta Sugar Queen seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:  Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.  Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.  Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Syngenta Sugar Queen watermelons when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:  Store Syngenta Sugar Queen watermelons at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.  Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.  Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container. 

  • NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds - Agriplex NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds - Agriplex

    Namdhari Seeds NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds

    NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon is a high-yielding variety that is resistant to diseases and pests. It is also tolerant to drought and heat, making it a good choice for cultivation in hot and dry regions. The fruits are large and oval in shape, with a light green rind and dark green stripes. The flesh is deep crimson and has a good texture. The watermelons are sweet, with a TSS of 11-12%. They are also a good shipper and have a long shelf life.  NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon is a good choice for commercial growers and home gardeners. It is a reliable variety that produces high yields of high-quality watermelons.  Key Features:  High yielding: These seeds produce large, oval to oblong fruits that can weigh up to 12 kg.  Sweet and flavorful: The flesh of the watermelon is deep crimson and has a good texture and sweetness (TSS 12-13%).  Disease resistant: These seeds are resistant to a number of diseases, including anthracnose, fusarium wilt, and gummy stem blight.  Early maturing: The fruits mature in about 70-75 days after planting.  Heat tolerant: These seeds are tolerant to hot weather conditions.  Oval to oblong fruits, each weighing 9-12 kg  Light green rind with dark green stripes  Deep crimson flesh with good texture  Sweetness of 11-12% TSS  Very good shipper and has wide adaptability  Suitable for cultivation in India throughout the year  Benefits:  Good shipping quality: The fruits have a firm flesh that can withstand shipping.   Long shelf life: The fruits can be stored for up to 2 weeks at room temperature.   High demand in the market: These watermelons are in high demand in the market due to their excellent quality and taste.  Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For the best results, plant NS 295 F1 Hybrid Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.  Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

  • Sagar King Gold Watermelon Seeds -50 GM Sagar King Gold Watermelon Seeds -50 GM

    Sagar Seeds Sagar King Watermelon Seeds -50 GM

    Sagar King Watermelon is a delicious and refreshing treat that is perfect for hot summer days. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, making it a healthy snack option.  Key Features  Large size: Fruits typically weigh between 3 and 5 kg, making them perfect for sharing or enjoying individually.   Oval shape: The oval shape makes it easy to slice and serve.   Deep red flesh: The flesh is a deep red color, indicating its sweetness and ripeness.   Small seed cavity: The small seed cavity ensures you get more delicious flesh per watermelon.   Dark green skin: The dark green skin protects the flesh from the sun and helps to keep it fresh.   High yield: Farmers can expect a high yield from their watermelon  plants.   Early maturity: The fruit matures early, allowing farmers to harvest their crop sooner.   All-season variety: This variety can be grown throughout the year, making it a versatile option for farmers.   Benefits  Hydrating: Watermelons are 92% water, making them an excellent way to stay hydrated.   Rich in vitamins: Watermelons are a good source of vitamins A, C, and B6.   Low in calories: Watermelons are low in calories and fat, making them a healthy snack choice.   Good for your heart: Watermelons are a good source of lycopene, an antioxidant that has been shown to protect against heart disease.    Land Preparation:    Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.    Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.    Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.    Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.    Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.    Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.    Sowing   Sow Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.   Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.   Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.   Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.   Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.   Transplanting:    Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.     Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.    Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.    Once the Sagar King Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, they harden off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.    Plant the Sagar King Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.     Harvesting:    Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.    Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.    Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Sagar King Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.    Storage:    Store Sagar King Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.    Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.    Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.    Tips:   For the best results, plant Sagar King Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.   Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.   Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.   Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 1,350.00

  • Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon Seeds- 2000SEEDS - Agriplex Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon Seeds- 2000SEEDS - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon Seeds- 2000SEEDS

    Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon Seeds are a great choice for anyone looking to grow delicious, sweet watermelons. These hybrid seeds produce Jubilee-elongated oval fruits that mature in 70-75 days (about 2 and a half months). The flesh is deep red, granular in texture, and has a high sweetness level (12% TSS). Pakeeza watermelons are also high-yielding, with a uniform fruit size of 8-10 kg.  Pakeeza watermelons are well-suited for a variety of climates and growing conditions. They are tolerant to diseases such as Fusarium wilt and Anthracnose. Pakeeza watermelons are also resistant to cracking and splitting, making them ideal for transportation and storage.  Key Features:  High yield: Pakeeza watermelons are a high-yielding variety, producing fruits that weigh 8-10 kg each.  Sweetness: The flesh of Pakeeza watermelons is deep red, granular in texture, and has a high sweetness level (12% TSS).  Disease resistance: Pakeeza watermelons are resistant to several diseases, including Fusarium wilt and anthracnose.  Early maturity: Pakeeza watermelons mature in 70-75 days, making them a good choice for short growing seasons.  Uniform fruit size: Pakeeza watermelons produce a uniform fruit size, making them ideal for commercial growers.  Benefits of Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon Seeds:  Early maturity (70-75 days)  High yield  Uniform fruit size (8-10 kg)  Deep red, granular flesh texture  Sweet and juicy (TSS of 12%)  Tolerant to diseases and pests  Resistant to cracking and splitting  Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow Pakeeza watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store Nunhems Pakeeza Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For best results, plant Pakeeza watermelon seeds in well-drained soil that receive full sun.  Pakeeza watermelons are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 1,950.00

  • Known You Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds - 50 GM - Agriplex Known You Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds - 50 GM - Agriplex

    Known You Known You Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds - 50 GM

    Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds are a good choice for farmers who are looking for a high-yielding, disease-resistant variety that produces high-quality fruit. These F1 hybrid seeds produce vigorous plants that bear abundantly throughout the season, offering a reliable source of fresh, homegrown vegetables.  Key Features:  High yield potential: Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds are known for their high yield potential, producing up to 20-25 fruits per plant under ideal conditions.  Early maturity: These seeds mature in just 75-80 days after sowing, making them a good choice for short-season plantings.  Disease resistance: Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds are resistant to several diseases, including Fusarium wilt and powdery mildew.  Excellent fruit quality: The fruits produced by Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds are large, globe-shaped, and have a sweet, orange flesh.  Benefits:  Increased profitability: The high yield potential and early maturity of Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds can help farmers increase their profits.  Reduced risk of disease: The disease resistance of these seeds can help farmers reduce their losses to disease.  High-quality fruit: The excellent fruit quality of Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds can help farmers fetch premium prices for their crops.  Wider adaptability: Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon Seeds are adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions, making them a good choice for farmers in many different regions.      Land Preparation:      Selecting the right field: Choose a well-drained, sandy loam soil with a pH ranging from 6.5 to 7.5. Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelons don't tolerate heavy clay soils or waterlogging. Opt for a field that receives ample sunlight throughout the day. Consider crop rotation to prevent pests and disease buildup. Avoid planting muskmelons after crops like tomatoes, peppers, or eggplants.  Tilling and plowing: Start by deeply plowing the field for 4-6 weeks (about 1 and a half months) before planting to loosen the soil and improve drainage. This allows for better root development and nutrient uptake. Break up any large colds and level the field to create a smooth planting surface.  Adding organic matter: Incorporate plenty of organic matter into the soil, such as aged manure, compost, or green manure crops. This improves soil fertility, water retention, and drainage.  Testing soil pH and nutrients: Get your soil tested to determine its pH and nutrient levels. This helps you tailor your amendments and fertilizer application accordingly. Based on the test results, adjust the soil pH using lime or sulfur if necessary.  Applying fertilizer: Apply a balanced fertilizer according to your soil test results and chosen muskmelon variety. Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelons typically require phosphorus and potassium at planting, followed by nitrogen applications during the growing season. Incorporate the fertilizer into the top few inches of soil.  Weed control: Before planting, control any weeds present in the field using mechanical cultivation, hand weeding, or herbicides.     Sowing     Choosing the right time to plant: The best time to plant Kundan F1 Hybrid muskmelon seeds outdoors is in the spring, after the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up to at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are starting your seeds indoors, you can do so about 4-6 weeks before the last frost date in your area.  Planting the seeds: Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep and 2-3 feet apart. If you are starting your seeds indoors, you can plant them in pots or seedling trays. Be sure to use a sterile potting mix and water the seeds well.     Transplanting:      Dig a hole slightly larger than the root ball of the seedling.  Gently remove the seedling from its pot, taking care not to damage the roots.  Place the seedling in the hole and fill in the soil around it, firming it gently.  Water the seedling well.  Aftercare:  Water the seedlings regularly, especially during hot weather.  Fertilize the plants according to the needs of your soil.  Protect the plants from pests and diseases.  Kundan F1 Hybrid Muskmelon plants are vining plants, so you will need to provide them with some support. You can use a trellis, stakes, or cages.  Harvesting:     The most crucial factor in harvesting Kundan F1 Hybrid muskmelons is timing. Picking them too early results in unripe, bland fruit, while waiting too long leads to overripe melons that are soft and prone to spoilage. The ideal time to harvest depends on several factors, including:  Variety: Kundan F1 Hybrid muskmelon varieties mature at different rates. Consult the seed packet or a gardening guide for specific maturity information for your variety.  Slip test: This is the most reliable indicator of ripeness for many Kundan F1 Hybrid muskmelon varieties. Gently twist the stem where it attaches to the melon. If it separates easily from the vine with minimal pressure, the melon is ripe.  Visual cues: Look for a change in skin color. As the melon ripens, the green color fades, often developing a yellowish cast, especially near the blossom end. The netting on the rind may also appear more pronounced.  Touch: Ripe melons should feel slightly soft at the blossom end, not hard or mushy.  Aroma: A sweet, Kundan F1 Hybrid musky fragrance is another sign of ripeness.  Post-Harvest Handling:  Storing: Don't wash the melons until you're ready to eat them. Store them in a cool, well-ventilated location out of direct sunlight. Ripe melons can be stored at room temperature for a few days or refrigerated for up to a week.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early.   

    Rs. 2,800.00

  • Taki Phoenix F1 Watermelon Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Taki Phoenix F1 Watermelon Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex

    Taki Seeds Taki Phoenix F1 Watermelon Seeds - 10 GM

    Taki Phoenix F1 Watermelon Seeds is high-yielding hybrid variety that produces large, round watermelons with crisp, juicy flesh and a deliciously sweet flavor. Perfect for home gardens and commercial growers alike, Taki Phoenix F1 is a reliable choice for a successful watermelon harvest.    Key Features:  Feature  Description  Large, Round Fruit  Expect melons averaging 15-20 pounds with a deep green rind and vibrant red flesh.  Sweet and Flavorful  Enjoy a taste of pure summer with every bite. The flesh is crisp, juicy, and bursting with sweetness.  High Yielding  Taki Phoenix F1 is a prolific producer, offering an abundant harvest for your enjoyment.  Disease Resistant  This variety is resistant to common watermelon diseases, ensuring a healthy crop.  Vigorous Vines  The vines grow strong and healthy, making them ideal for trellising or sprawling across the ground.  Easy to Grow  Suitable for both experienced and beginner gardeners.  Available in 10gm packets  Perfect for planting a small garden or starting a trial planting.    Benefits:   High Yielding: Taki Phoenix F1 is a prolific producer, ensuring a bountiful harvest of delicious watermelons.   Easy to Grow: Suitable for gardeners of all levels, from beginners to experienced growers.   Disease Resistant: This variety exhibits resistance to common watermelon diseases, reducing the risk of crop loss.   Vigorous Vines: The strong and healthy vines make them ideal for trellising, saving space and maximizing fruit production.   Pollinator Friendly: Watermelon flowers attract bees and other pollinators, beneficial for maintaining a healthy garden ecosystem.    Land Preparation:    Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.    Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.    Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.    Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.    Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.    Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.    Sowing   Sow Taki Phoenix Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.   Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.   Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.   Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.   Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.   Transplanting:    Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.     Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.    Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.    Once the Taki Phoenix Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.    Plant the Taki Phoenix Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.     Harvesting:    Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.    Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.    Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Taki Phoenix Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.    Storage:    Store Taki Phoenix Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.    Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.    Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.    Tips:   For the best results, plant Taki Phoenix Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.   Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.   Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.   Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

  • Seminis Apoorva Watermelon - Agriplex Seminis Apoorva Watermelon - Agriplex

    Seminis Seeds Seminis Apoorva Watermelon

    The Seminis Apoorva Watermelon is a hybrid variety renowned for its sweet, crisp texture and high yields. This Indian heirloom is perfect for enjoying fresh in salads and desserts.  Key Features:  High Yield: Produces 12-14 fruits per vine.  Sweet and Crisp: Deep red flesh with a sugar content of 10°-12° Brix.  Heat Tolerant: Thrives in hot weather conditions.  Strong Plant: Good vigor and disease resistance.  Oblong Fruit Shape: Average weight of 8-10 kg.  Light Green Rind with Dark Green Stripes: Attractive and visually appealing.  Benefits:  Sow seeds directly in the ground in full sun after the last frost.  Water regularly, especially during hot weather.  Fertilize according to package instructions.  Harvest when the fruit is ripe and the rind is firm.   Land Preparation:    Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.    Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.    Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.    Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.    Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.    Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.    Sowing   Sow Seminis Apoorva Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.   Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.   Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.   Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.   Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.   Transplanting:    Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.     Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.    Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.    Once the Seminis Apoorva Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.    Plant the Seminis Apoorva Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.     Harvesting:    Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.    Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.    Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Seminis Apoorva Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.    Storage:    Store Seminis Apoorva Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.    Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.    Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.    Tips:   For the best results, plant Seminis Apoorva Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.   Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.   Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.   Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

  • Syngenta Jumbo Queen Watermelon - 1000 SEEDS - Agriplex Syngenta Jumbo Queen Watermelon - 1000 SEEDS - Agriplex

    Syngenta Syngenta Jumbo Queen Watermelon - 1000 SEEDS

    Jumbo Queen Watermelon is a hybrid watermelon variety developed by Syngenta. It is a large, round watermelon with a deep red flesh that is very sweet and crispy. The fruits are typically 15-20 kg in weight and have a thick rind that makes them well-suited for long-distance transportation. Jumbo Queen Watermelon is a high-yielding variety that is resistant to pests and diseases. It is a good choice for commercial growers and home gardeners alike.   Key features:  Large, round fruits (15-20 kg)  Deep red flesh  Very sweet and crispy  Thick rind  High-yielding  Resistant to pests and diseases  Benefits:   Perfect for large gatherings: With its massive size, the Jumbo Queen is perfect for feeding a crowd. Whether you're hosting a barbecue, picnic, or birthday party, this watermelon will be the star of the show.   Sweet and refreshing: The Jumbo Queen's incredibly sweet flesh and crisp texture are perfect for hot summer days. It's a healthy and delicious way to stay hydrated.   Versatile: The Jumbo Queen can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Slice it up for a refreshing snack, add it to fruit salads, or blend it into smoothies.   Easy to grow: The Jumbo Queen is a relatively low-maintenance variety that is suitable for both experienced and beginner gardeners.  Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow Jumbo Queen Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the Jumbo Queen Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the Jumbo Queen Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For the best results, plant Jumbo Queen Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.  Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.   

  • Fito Mahima Watermelon - 1000 SEEDS - Agriplex Fito Mahima Watermelon - 1000 SEEDS - Agriplex

    Fito Fito Mahima Watermelon - 1000 SEEDS

    Fito Mahima Watermelon Seeds are a high-quality hybrid variety that is known for its sweet, juicy flesh and attractive appearance. The fruits are oblong in shape and have a uniform bluish black skin. They typically weigh 3-5 kg and have a sweetness TSS of 12-13%. The flesh is crimson red and has small seeds.  Fito Mahima Watermelon Seeds are a vigorous grower and are resistant to a number of diseases, including powdery mildew and Fusarium wilt. They are also tolerant to heat and drought. These seeds are ideal for growing in both commercial and home gardens.  Features:  High-quality hybrid variety  Sweet, juicy flesh  Attractive appearance  Oblong shape  Uniform bluish black skin  Weight: 3-5 kg  Sweetness TSS: 12-13%  Crimson red flesh  Small seeds  Vigorous grower  Resistant to diseases  Tolerant to heat and drought  Benefits:  Enjoy the sweet taste of homegrown watermelons  Have a beautiful and abundant harvest  Reduce your dependence on commercial produce  Save money on groceries  Enjoy the satisfaction of g   Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow Fito Mahima Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the Fito Mahima Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the Fito Mahima Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Fito Mahima Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store Fito Mahima Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For the best results, plant Fito Mahima Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.  Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

  • Known You Suprit Watermelon Seeds - 50 GM - Agriplex Known You Suprit Watermelon Seeds - 50 GM - Agriplex

    Know You Known You Suprit Watermelon Seeds - 50 GM

    Known You Suprit Watermelon is a hybrid variety renowned for its vigorous growth, early maturity, and abundant production. It offers a refreshing and delicious treat for your summer days.    Key Features  Oblong-shaped fruits: Weighing a substantial 9-12 kg, the Suprit watermelon boasts a classic oblong shape, perfect for sharing.  Light green rind with dark green stripes: This striking appearance adds a touch of beauty to your garden and makes it easily identifiable.  Red, tender, and juicy flesh: The Suprit watermelon's interior is a vibrant red, promising a burst of juicy sweetness.  Early maturity: Be ready to harvest your harvest within 80-85 days from sowing, allowing you to enjoy your homegrown watermelon earlier than many other varieties.  Good shipping ability: The Suprit watermelon's firm flesh and rind make it ideal for transportation and storage, ensuring your delicious watermelon stays fresh.  Recommended for pruning the first fruit: This helps maximize the size and quality of subsequent fruits.  Benefits:  Sow seeds in well-drained soil in full sun.  Water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Fertilize according to package instructions.  Prune the first fruit for optimal subsequent fruit size and quality.    Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow Known You Suprit Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the Known You Suprit Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the Known You Suprit Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Known You Suprit Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store Known You Suprit Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For the best results, plant Known You Suprit Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.  Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 1,645.00

  • Nunhems Astha Watermelon - 1000SEEDS - Agriplex Nunhems Astha Watermelon - 1000SEEDS - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Astha Watermelon - 1000SEEDS

    Nunhems Astha Watermelon is a hybrid watermelon variety renowned for its high yields, exceptional sweetness, and visually appealing appearance. This variety is a top choice for both home gardeners and commercial growers seeking a delicious and profitable crop.   Key Features:  Elliptical (oval-shaped) fruits weighing 8-10 kg each.  Dark green to black rind at maturity, adding a touch of elegance to the fruit.   Attractive deep red flesh that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.  Maturity in 70-80 days after transplanting, allowing you to enjoy fresh watermelon earlier in the season.   Sturdy, healthy, and dense plants that produce an abundant harvest.   Tolerant to inorganic (abiotic) stress, making it a reliable choice for diverse growing conditions.  Disease resistance: The variety exhibits resistance to various diseases, reducing the need for chemical treatments.   Long shelf life: The fruits can be stored for a longer period, allowing for flexibility in marketing and consumption.   High market value: The attractive appearance and excellent quality of Nunhems Astha make it a popular choice among consumers, commanding a premium price.  Benefits:  High yield: Nunhems Astha Watermelon produces large, uniform fruits that weigh up to 10-12 kg each.  Mini seeds: The seeds are small and easy to remove, making this variety a good choice for people who don't like to eat seeds.  Sweet and juicy flesh: The flesh is deep red and very sweet, with a crisp texture.  Excellent shipping and storability: Nunhems Astha Watermelon can be shipped long distances without losing its quality. It can also be stored for several weeks without spoiling.  Land Preparation:    Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.    Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.    Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.    Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.    Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.    Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.    Sowing   Sow Nunhems Astha Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.   Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.   Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.   Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.   Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.   Transplanting:    Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.     Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.    Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.    Once the Nunhems Astha Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.    Plant the Nunhems Astha Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.     Harvesting:    Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.    Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.    Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Nunhems Astha Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.    Storage:    Store Nunhems Astha Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.    Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.    Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.    Tips:   For the best results, plant Nunhems Astha Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.   Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.   Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.   Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 1,080.00

  • Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelon - Agriplex Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelon - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelon

    Nunhems Lyallpur 257 is a high-yielding, F1 hybrid muskmelon variety that is known for its sweet, orange flesh and attractive appearance. It is a semi-netted variety that matures in 60 days (about 2 months) from sowing. The fruits are round and uniform in shape, with smooth, light green skin and a distinctive netting pattern. The flesh is deep orange and has a high sugar content, with a sweetness of 12-16% TSS.  Key Features:  Maturity: Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelons mature 55-60 days (about 2 months) from sowing, making it an early-maturing variety.  Fruit Shape: Oval-round with uniform netting, visually appealing.  Rind Color: Attractive creamy grey adds aesthetic value.  Flesh Color: Deep orange, rich and appetizing.  Flesh Quality: Aromatic, sweet, and flavorful, known for its excellent taste.  Brix Level: 12-15%, indicating good sugar content and sweetness.  Average Weight of Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelons is 1-1.5 kgs, ideal for individual consumption.  Plant Vigor: Moderate, adaptable to various growing conditions.  Yield: High yielding, maximizing production potential.  Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelons is a Disease Resistance: Some resistance to common diseases, reducing risk of crop loss.  Benefits:  Early harvest: Brings melons to market sooner, potentially fetching higher prices.  Attractive appearance: The fruit's shape, color, and netting make it visually appealing to consumers.  Superior taste: Sweet, aromatic flesh provides a delightful eating experience.  Marketability: High demand for its taste and appearance, leading to better sales potential.  Profitability: High yields and marketability translate to potentially higher profits for growers.  Adaptability: Moderate plant vigor allows for cultivation in diverse growing conditions.  Disease resistance: Reduces risk of crop loss and associated costs.      Land Preparation:      Selecting the right field: Choose a well-drained, sandy loam soil with a pH ranging from 6.5 to 7.5. Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelons don't tolerate heavy clay soils or waterlogging. Opt for a field that receives ample sunlight throughout the day. Consider crop rotation to prevent pests and disease buildup. Avoid planting muskmelons after crops like tomatoes, peppers, or eggplants.  Tilling and plowing: Start by deeply plowing the field for 4-6 weeks (about 1 and a half months) before planting to loosen the soil and improve drainage. This allows for better root development and nutrient uptake. Break up any large colds and level the field to create a smooth planting surface.  Adding organic matter: Incorporate plenty of organic matter into the soil, such as aged manure, compost, or green manure crops. This improves soil fertility, water retention, and drainage.  Testing soil pH and nutrients: Get your soil tested to determine its pH and nutrient levels. This helps you tailor your amendments and fertilizer application accordingly. Based on the test results, adjust the soil pH using lime or sulfur if necessary.  Applying fertilizer: Apply a balanced fertilizer according to your soil test results and chosen muskmelon variety. Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelons typically require phosphorus and potassium at planting, followed by nitrogen applications during the growing season. Incorporate the fertilizer into the top few inches of soil.  Weed control: Before planting, control any weeds present in the field using mechanical cultivation, hand weeding, or herbicides.     Sowing     Choosing the right time to plant: The best time to plant Nunhems Lyallpur 257 muskmelon seeds outdoors is in the spring, after the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up to at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are starting your seeds indoors, you can do so about 4-6 weeks before the last frost date in your area.  Planting the seeds: Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep and 2-3 feet apart. If you are starting your seeds indoors, you can plant them in pots or seedling trays. Be sure to use a sterile potting mix and water the seeds well.     Transplanting:      Dig a hole slightly larger than the root ball of the seedling.  Gently remove the seedling from its pot, taking care not to damage the roots.  Place the seedling in the hole and fill in the soil around it, firming it gently.  Water the seedling well.  Aftercare:  Water the seedlings regularly, especially during hot weather.  Fertilize the plants according to the needs of your soil.  Protect the plants from pests and diseases.  Nunhems Lyallpur 257 Muskmelon plants are vining plants, so you will need to provide them with some support. You can use a trellis, stakes, or cages.  Harvesting:     The most crucial factor in harvesting Nunhems Lyallpur 257 muskmelons is timing. Picking them too early results in unripe, bland fruit, while waiting too long leads to overripe melons that are soft and prone to spoilage. The ideal time to harvest depends on several factors, including:  Variety: Nunhems Lyallpur 257 muskmelon varieties mature at different rates. Consult the seed packet or a gardening guide for specific maturity information for your variety.  Slip test: This is the most reliable indicator of ripeness for many Nunhems Lyallpur 257 muskmelon varieties. Gently twist the stem where it attaches to the melon. If it separates easily from the vine with minimal pressure, the melon is ripe.  Visual cues: Look for a change in skin color. As the melon ripens, the green color fades, often developing a yellowish cast, especially near the blossom end. The netting on the rind may also appear more pronounced.  Touch: Ripe melons should feel slightly soft at the blossom end, not hard or mushy.  Aroma: A sweet, Nunhems Lyallpur 257 musky fragrance is another sign of ripeness.  Post-Harvest Handling:  Storing: Don't wash the melons until you're ready to eat them. Store them in a cool, well-ventilated location out of direct sunlight. Ripe melons can be stored at room temperature for a few days or refrigerated for up to a week.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early. 

  • Taki Jaguar Watermelon F1 Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Taki Jaguar Watermelon F1 Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex

    Taki Seeds Taki Jaguar Watermelon F1 Seeds - 10 GM

    Taki Jaguar Watermelon F1 Seeds are a great choice for home gardeners who want to grow delicious and nutritious watermelons. These seeds are known for producing large, oblong-shaped watermelons with dark green skin and sweet, juicy flesh.  Key Features  Planting season: Spring and summer   Days to maturity: 73-80 days   Fruit weight: 5-7 kg   Fruit shape: Oblong   Fruit flesh color: Red  Benefits:  High yields: These seeds produce a high yield of watermelons, making them a great choice for home gardeners who want to enjoy fresh watermelons all season long.   Large fruit size: The watermelons produced by these seeds can grow to be quite large, with some reaching up to 7-8 kg in weight.   Sweet and juicy: The flesh of the  Watermelon is sweet, juicy, and refreshing, making it a perfect summer treat.   Disease resistant: These seeds are resistant to many common watermelon diseases, making them a good choice for organic growers.   Easy to grow: Taki Jaguar Watermelon seeds are easy to grow and care for, even for beginner gardeners.    Land Preparation:    Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.    Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.    Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.    Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.    Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.    Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.    Sowing   Sow Taki Jaguar Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.   Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.   Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.   Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.   Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.   Transplanting:    Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.     Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.    Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.    Once the Taki Jaguar Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, they harden off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.    Plant the Taki Jaguar Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.     Harvesting:    Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.    Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.    Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.    Storage:    Store Taki Jaguar Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.    Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.    Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.    Tips:   For the best results, plant  Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.   Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.   Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.   Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 170.00

  • Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelon Seeds - Pack of 1000 Seeds - Agriplex Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelon Seeds - Pack of 1000 Seeds - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelon Seeds - Pack of 1000 Seeds

    Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelon Seeds offer a combination of desirable features and benefits that make them a good choice for farmers seeking high yields, early harvests, and marketable fruits.    Key Features:  Early Maturing: Ready for harvest in just 55-60 days, 5-7 days earlier than the popular Madhuraja variety.  High Yield: Excellent bearing capacity, producing multiple melons per plant.  Fruit Quality:  Attractive Appearance: Round shape with stripes, visually appealing.  Good Size: Fruits weigh 1.0 to 1.25 kgs each.  Sweet Flavor: Flesh has a good orange color and aroma, with a sweetness level of 12-15% TSS.  Mild Netting: Adds to the visual appeal and protects the fruit.  Plant Characteristics:  Sturdy and Healthy: Dense plants that can withstand typical growing conditions.  Disease Resistance: Inherently resistant to some common diseases.  Benefits:  Early harvests allow for multiple cropping cycles within a season, potentially increasing profits.  High yields translate to more melons to sell or enjoy.  Attractive fruits fetch premium prices in the market.  Sweet and flavorful flesh provides a delightful eating experience for consumers.  Strong plants are easier to manage and require less intervention.  Disease resistance reduces the need for fungicides, saving money and promoting sustainable farming.      Land Preparation:      Selecting the right field: Choose a well-drained, sandy loam soil with a pH ranging from 6.5 to 7.5. Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelons don't tolerate heavy clay soils or waterlogging. Opt for a field that receives ample sunlight throughout the day. Consider crop rotation to prevent pests and disease buildup. Avoid planting muskmelons after crops like tomatoes, peppers, or eggplants.  Tilling and plowing: Start by deeply plowing the field for 4-6 weeks (about 1 and a half months) before planting to loosen the soil and improve drainage. This allows for better root development and nutrient uptake. Break up any large colds and level the field to create a smooth planting surface.  Adding organic matter: Incorporate plenty of organic matter into the soil, such as aged manure, compost, or green manure crops. This improves soil fertility, water retention, and drainage.  Testing soil pH and nutrients: Get your soil tested to determine its pH and nutrient levels. This helps you tailor your amendments and fertilizer application accordingly. Based on the test results, adjust the soil pH using lime or sulfur if necessary.  Applying fertilizer: Apply a balanced fertilizer according to your soil test results and chosen muskmelon variety. Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelons typically require phosphorus and potassium at planting, followed by nitrogen applications during the growing season. Incorporate the fertilizer into the top few inches of soil.  Weed control: Before planting, control any weeds present in the field using mechanical cultivation, hand weeding, or herbicides.     Sowing     Choosing the right time to plant: The best time to plant Nunhems Madhuraja muskmelon seeds outdoors is in the spring, after the danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up to at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are starting your seeds indoors, you can do so about 4-6 weeks before the last frost date in your area.  Planting the seeds: Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep and 2-3 feet apart. If you are starting your seeds indoors, you can plant them in pots or seedling trays. Be sure to use a sterile potting mix and water the seeds well.     Transplanting:      Dig a hole slightly larger than the root ball of the seedling.  Gently remove the seedling from its pot, taking care not to damage the roots.  Place the seedling in the hole and fill in the soil around it, firming it gently.  Water the seedling well.  Aftercare:  Water the seedlings regularly, especially during hot weather.  Fertilize the plants according to the needs of your soil.  Protect the plants from pests and diseases.  Nunhems Madhuraja Muskmelon plants are vining plants, so you will need to provide them with some support. You can use a trellis, stakes, or cages.  Harvesting:     The most crucial factor in harvesting Nunhems Madhuraja muskmelons is timing. Picking them too early results in unripe, bland fruit, while waiting too long leads to overripe melons that are soft and prone to spoilage. The ideal time to harvest depends on several factors, including:  Variety: Nunhems Madhuraja muskmelon varieties mature at different rates. Consult the seed packet or a gardening guide for specific maturity information for your variety.  Slip test: This is the most reliable indicator of ripeness for many Nunhems Madhuraja muskmelon varieties. Gently twist the stem where it attaches to the melon. If it separates easily from the vine with minimal pressure, the melon is ripe.  Visual cues: Look for a change in skin color. As the melon ripens, the green color fades, often developing a yellowish cast, especially near the blossom end. The netting on the rind may also appear more pronounced.  Touch: Ripe melons should feel slightly soft at the blossom end, not hard or mushy.  Aroma: A sweet, Nunhems Madhuraja musky fragrance is another sign of ripeness.  Post-Harvest Handling:  Storing: Don't wash the melons until you're ready to eat them. Store them in a cool, well-ventilated location out of direct sunlight. Ripe melons can be stored at room temperature for a few days or refrigerated for up to a week.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early. 

    Rs. 695.00

  • Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon Seeds - 50GM - Agriplex Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon Seeds - 50GM - Agriplex

    Namdhari Seeds Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon Seeds - 50GM

    Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon Seeds are a high-quality hybrid variety that is known for its sweet, juicy flesh and attractive appearance. The fruits are oblong in shape and have a dark green rind with bluish-green stripes. The flesh is deep crimson red and has a high sugar content (12-13%). Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon Seeds are also resistant to diseases and pests, making them a good choice for growers in all parts of India.  Key Features:  Hybrid variety  Sweet, juicy flesh  Attractive appearance  Oblong shape  Dark green rind with bluish-green stripes  Deep crimson-red flesh  High sugar content (12-13%)  Disease and pest-resistant   Benefits:  Enjoy the taste of sweet, juicy watermelons grown in your backyard.  Produce high yields of watermelons even in less-than-ideal conditions.  Save money on buying watermelons from the market.  Have the satisfaction of growing your food.  Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow  Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For best results, plant Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.  Namdhari Kohinoor Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 1,450.00

  • Nunhems Maxx F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds - Agriplex Nunhems Maxx F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Maxx F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds

    Nunhems Maxx watermelon is a high-yielding, mini-seeded watermelon variety that is perfect for commercial growers and backyard gardeners. It is known for its sweet and juicy flesh, deep red color, and excellent shipping and storage qualities.    Key Features:  Nunhems Maxx watermelon is a heat-tolerant variety and can be grown in a variety of climates.  It prefers full sun and well-drained soil.  Water regularly, especially during the flowering and fruiting stages.  Fertilize ever  Benefits:  High yield: Nunhems Maxx produces large, uniform fruits that weigh up to 10-12 kg each.  Mini seeds: The seeds are small and easy to remove, making this variety a good choice for people who don't like to eat seeds.  Sweet and juicy flesh: The flesh is deep red and very sweet, with a crisp texture.  Excellent shipping and storability: Nunhems Maxx can be shipped long distances without losing its quality. It can also be stored for several weeks without spoiling.  Disease resistance: Nunhems Maxx is resistant to several diseases, including powdery mildew and fusarium wilt.      Land Preparation:    Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.    Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.    Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.    Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.    Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.    Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.    Sowing   Sow Nunhems Maxx watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.   Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.   Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.   Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.   Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.   Transplanting:    Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.     Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.    Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.    Once the Nunhems Maxx watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.    Plant the Nunhems Maxx watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.     Harvesting:    Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.    Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.    Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.    Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Nunhems Maxx watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.    Storage:    Store watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.    Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.    Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.    Tips:   For the best results, plant watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.   Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.   Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.   Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

  • Known You Samarth Watermelon Seeds - 50GM - Agriplex Known You Samarth Watermelon Seeds - 50GM - Agriplex

    Know You Known You Samarth Watermelon Seeds - 50GM

    Known You Samarth Watermelon Seeds  Attractive member of Crimson Sweet type. The Samarth watermelon is a member of the Crimson Sweet type, which is known for its sweet, juicy flesh. The fruit has a light green rind with broad stripes.  Vigorous plant. The Samarth watermelon plant is vigorous and produces deep-globe fruits that weigh about 7 to 10 kg.  Good for shipping. The Samarth watermelon is good for shipping because it has a thick rind that protects the fruit from damage.  Easy to grow. The Samarth watermelon is easy to grow and can be grown in most climates.  High yield. The Samarth watermelon has a high yield, so you can expect to get a good harvest from each plant.  Key Features:  Light green rind with broad stripes  Deep-globe fruit  Red flesh  Weight: 7 to 10 kg  Good for shipping  Easy to grow  High yield  Benefits:  Sweet, juicy flesh  Vigorous plant  Thick rind for protection  Easy to grow  Good yield      Land Preparation:   Time your land preparation activities based on your planting schedule and local climate.   Add organic matter like compost or manure to improve soil fertility and structure. This helps retain moisture, provide nutrients for your plants, and promote beneficial microbial activity.   Create a smooth and even surface to facilitate proper water distribution and avoid puddling or erosion.   Consider using cover crops to improve soil health and suppress weeds.   Rotate your crops to prevent nutrient depletion and disease outbreaks.   Consult with local experts or extension services for specific recommendations based on your region and soil type.   Sowing  Sow Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds directly in the ground in the spring, after the last frost.  Space the seeds 24 inches apart in rows that are 6 feet apart.  Water the seeds regularly, keeping the soil moist but not soggy.  Fertilize the plants every 2-3 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the watermelons when ripe and have a hollow sound when tapped.  Transplanting:   Fill pots with a well-draining potting mix.    Sow 2-3 seeds per pot, 1 inch deep.   Water the pots thoroughly and place them in a warm, sunny location.   Once the Known You Samarth Watermelon seedlings have several true leaves, harden them off for a week before transplanting them outdoors.   Plant the Known You Samarth Watermelon seedlings 2-3 feet apart in the prepared bed.    Harvesting:   Tools: All you need is a sharp knife or clippers.   Cut: Carefully cut the watermelon stem, leaving about 2 inches of it attached to the fruit. This helps prevent the watermelon from rotting.   Handling: Avoid dropping or rough handling, as it can damage the delicate flesh.   Time of day: Early mornings are ideal for harvesting Known You Samarth Watermelon when the temperatures are cooler, and the fruits are still firm.   Storage:   Store Known You Samarth Watermelon at room temperature (around 70°F) for up to a week.   Do not refrigerate uncut watermelons, as it affects their flavor and texture.   Cut watermelons can be refrigerated for up to 3-5 days in an airtight container.   Tips:  For best results, plant Known You Samarth Watermelon in well-drained soil that receives full sun.  Known You Samarth Watermelon seeds are a heavy-feeding crop, so be sure to fertilize them regularly.  Water the plants deeply and regularly, especially during hot weather.  Mulch around the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. 

    Rs. 1,210.00

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