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Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE #148781
Nov 4th, 2007 at 02:44 PM
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Where do I get the seeds for a SEEDLESS watemelon?????????? yikes yikes


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Re: Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE [Re: dodge] #148831
Nov 4th, 2007 at 04:47 PM
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www.gurneys.com or www.parkseed both sell seedless watermelon seeds. How they do that I do not know. why


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Re: Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE [Re: ladyslipper] #148865
Nov 4th, 2007 at 05:36 PM
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Ask Wild Willy......

How do they buy seedless Water melon ?



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Re: Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE [Re: dodge] #148958
Nov 4th, 2007 at 07:37 PM
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Now that's the question of the month.... lol

Maybe they crossbreed different watermelons until they get one with seeds that makes seedless watermelons....not sure.

Re: Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE [Re: ] #148966
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Originally Posted by loz
Now that's the question of the month.... lol

Maybe they crossbreed different watermelons until they get one with seeds that makes seedless watermelons....not sure.


Your pretty darn accurate there...........
What else do you know?

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Re: Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE [Re: dodge] #149041
Nov 4th, 2007 at 09:48 PM
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From what I know, you're supposed to cross a diploid species and a triploid variety to get a seedless sterile hybrid. Basically just cross two different types of plants.


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Re: Seedless watermelon...............SEEDLE [Re: kennyso] #149072
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Originally Posted by kennyso
From what I know, you're supposed to cross a diploid species and a triploid variety to get a seedless sterile hybrid. Basically just cross two different types of plants.


Add Kenny to that one too............ shock

Thanks for the info...

It started as a joke................


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