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by Patricia L. Cook Whether your favorite melon is watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew or an exotic variety, this is the season for enjoying melons in the northern hemisphere. This Tidbits explores melon facts, figures and entertaining trivia. • All melons belong to the gourd family, Cucurbitaceae, which is the family that includes cucumbers, squash and pumpkins. Because they grow on long, trailing vines, melons require lots of garden space. Generally, given adequate room, melons are easy and fun to grow. • Along with the long vines are leaves that provide shade during the day, protecting the developing fruit from the hot sun. Melons need hot sun and a long growing season to grow to maturity. Also, melon blossoms need bees for pollination. • Melons are divided into two groups with watermelons in a class by themselves. The other group is muskmelons. Watermelon seeds are spread throughout the middle of the melons (even “seedless” have some); muskmelon seeds are concentrated in a middle cavity surrounded by sweet pulp. • If cantaloupe is your favorite, and you are wondering where they fit, they are muskmelons. North America (N.A.) cantaloupes are not true cantaloupes! turn the page for more!

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“cantaloupes” originated in Cantalupo, Italy. They are hard-shelled melons, with wart-like growths on their hard green skin. True cantaloupes are not grown much outside of Mediterranean countries. • N.A. cantaloupes are actually muskmelons. While all cantaloupes are muskmelons, not all muskmelons are cantaloupes! Some other muskmelons are: Honeydew, Casaba, Crenshaw and Persian types like Bender, Montreal and Banana. While you may not be familiar with all of these, many of the less traditional types of melons are now being cultivated in North America. Be adventurous and try some new melons found at your grocery store or farmer’s markets. • The leading states for producing N.A. cantaloupes are California, Arizona, Texas, Georgia and Indiana. The world leader today for watermelon production is China. The United States is number four. • The leading states for producing honeydew melons are California, Arizona and Texas. The honeydew is one of the few melons that will continue to ripen after picking. Another name sometimes used for honeydew melons is “temptation melons.” • This is probably not surprising news, but more than two-thirds of all melons grown in the United States are grown in California. Florida and Georgia are the top states for watermelon production. Many of our melons are imported, usually from Mexico and Chile. The United States imports more melons than any other country. • Most historians believe that watermelons originated in the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa. Melons seeds in ancient tombs indicate that melons were in Egypt about 4,000 years ago.

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• Some botanists believe that watermelons are not actually melons but should be considered cucumbers. One of the reasons they say this is because muskmelons easily cross-pollinate with one another forming new hybrids, but watermelons will not cross-pollinate with other melons. • Watermelons are 92 percent water, hence the very appropriate name, and the reason it is advisable to buy heavy melons. They contain approximately 6 percent sugar and are rich sources of vitamins A and C. Even though most people only eat the red (or yellow, or other special colors) part of the watermelon, every part is edible. • Watermelon is used more like a vegetable in Asian countries. In Chinese cuisine, watermelon rind is often stirfried, stewed and pickled. The seeds are often baked for a snack. The Chinese eat more watermelon than any other people. • The Japanese have produced cubeshaped melons by growing them in glass molds. The melons cost much more than regular melons but fit in refrigerators more easily. Pyramid shaped melons are also occasionally seen. Since these don’t really fit better in a refrigerator, other than the fact that they won’t roll, the reason for these is probably just the novelty. • There are more than 500 varieties of watermelon worldwide, but only a few are grown commercially. Some of the common varieties sold in large numbers are Jubilee, Desert King, Sugar Baby, Peacock and Huck Finn. • Melons, probably muskmelons, since they were available in Egypt many centuries ago, are mentioned in the Bible. The Hebrews who wandered in the desert eating “manna” missed their melons (Numbers 11:5).

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