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How To Grow Muskmelon Seeds?

Muskmelon seeds are easy to grow and are edible. The seeds are rich in nutrition as it contains oils and energy. It can be grown on a balcony, terrace, or garden. Also, musk melon is a sun-loving plant.

So, in this article, we will discuss the simple steps to grow muskmelon seeds at home.

How To Sow Muskmelon Seeds?

  1. Soak the seeds in a wet tissue overnight before planting.
  2. Take a Seedling Tray and fill it with Cocopeat.
  3. Make ½ inch deep holes and put 1 seed in each hole.
  4. Fill the hole with Cocopeat and spray with water.
  5. Seeds will germinate within a week or two.
  6. The time to fruit is 13 weeks.
  7. The best time to grow muskmelon is in early summer.

How Much Water Does Muskmelon Seeds Need?

  1. Water the plant every day.
  2. Remember to water on the root area, not on the leaves.
  3. Make a drainage system, so the excess water can flow.
  4. If growing in a pot, make a drainage hole.

Does Muskmelon Seeds Require Full Sunlight?

  1. Yes, muskmelon needs full sunlight.
  2. But if there is excess heat, protect them with a shield.
  3. The best temperature to grow muskmelon is from 21-32° C.

Which Type Of Soil Is Best For Muskmelon?

  1. Muskmelon prefers sandy loamy soil. Or sandy soil.
  2. It prefers a soil pH of 6 to 7.8.
  3. The soil must be fertile and have a good drainage system.

Which Fertilizer Is Best For Muskmelon?

  1. VermiCompost for nutrients every week.
  2. Seaweed for better germination.
  3. Epsom salt for fruits once a month.


  1. If you want to grow in a pot, then take a Medium Size Pot and add a Potting Mix. The potting mix contains all the essential nutrients that a plant needs.
  2. If planting in the soil adds Neem Cake Powder, VermiCompost, and Seaweed.

1 thought on “How To Grow Muskmelon Seeds?”

  1. The article was helpful!
    I have also tried to grow muskmelon from seeds but soon after germinating the seedlings died. Their leaves became wrinkled and the newly developed stem shrunk and it ultimately died. I also tried to protect it from the excessive summer heat by keeping it in a semi-shade area.

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