What Does a Watermelon Vine Look like?

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Watermelon vines have hairy or fuzzy stems that sprawl or crawl across the ground with large to small green leafs. The flower of the watermelon plant is yellow. The female flower will have a round ovary at the base. You can see pictures here:
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1. Plant watermelon plants with adequate spacing between them. To ensure that the vines of watermelons have enough space to grow, plant the seeds in rows, leaving 10 feet of space
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A watermelon plant is a vine plant that grows long the ground. The plant itself has a fuzzy feeling to it and large, broad leaves. Often you can easily spot a watermelon plant because
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Check out this website-it doesn't show the vine which is 6' to 8' long-but it does show the leaves. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watermelon. Here's another good website: http://www.watermelon.org
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Just had one of mine split open.after researching it I believe it split due to excessive moisture. I read a few ago that watermelon takes extra water when fruiting so I oick up the
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