Hi Farmers Welcome to Agriplex India | For all COD Order partial amount will be collected

Nunhems Maxx F1 Hybrid Watermelon Seeds

Description

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 storability 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 Nunhems Maxx 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 Maxx 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. 
Product form

Rs. 988.00

  • Taxes are Included on Price. Shipping charges will applicable as per the Order Size.

Description

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 storability 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 Nunhems Maxx 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 Maxx 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. 

Frequently Bought with Seeds

Login

Forgot your password?

Don't have an account yet?
Create account