How many watermelons grow on one plant?


There can be several watermelons to grow on one plant. But, there should only be one watermelon per vine. With more watermelons growing on the same vine it will cause all the melons to be smaller in size. The extra melons on the vine should be pinched off with leaving only one per vine.
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Mostly One per plant- the plant is actually capable of multiple ( as is often seen in the case of baby corn varieties) cobs. The main contributing factors being soil quality+water
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