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Guess How Long Does Watermelon Last? This Is Shocking!

How long does watermelon last after harvested from its vine or sliced and refrigerated? This is probably a good question for first time planters of the fruit.

Watermelon, a popular tropical, juice fruit, is loaded with vitamins and essential properties that help lower the risk of certain health conditions. It is a great source of vitamins A, B6, C, carotenoid lycopene, amino acids and antioxidants.

As far as shelf life is concerned, watermelon can last up to 3 days to 2 weeks. The storage duration depends on when is harvested, how it is cut and how ripe it is. But what matters is that you should be familiar with how long does watermelon last and how to properly store it. Keep in mind that once picked or harvested off the vine, its life is limited, especially when ripe.

When To Harvest Spaghetti Squash? Find Out The Best Season

Whether stuffed or baked, spaghetti squash is not only a delicious vegetable but a nutritious one. This should be found in your vegetable garden. If you already have some, you are probably on the waiting period. That rewarding time wherein you pick the fruit of the plant!

When to harvest spaghetti squash after planting? What’s the best or perfect time?

Before we get to that, let’s learn a few facts about spaghetti squash. The flesh is typically taken out in twirls or thin ribbons using a spiralizer, but its name is more derived from the fact that when you sliced open it looks like spaghetti.

When Is A Papaya Ripe Ready To Eat? This Is It!

Nicknamed as “fruit of the angels” by the Italian explorer and colonizer Christopher Columbus, papaya is a popular herb in tropical areas, most specifically Southeast Asia. It can only grow in warm areas as it cannot tolerate cold or freezing temperatures. These days, you can plant some in zones 10 to 12 in the US and other colder countries.

Most people regard papaya as a tree but botanically speaking, it’s a large herb with thin and soft trunk but no branches or barks. It usually grows to a height that’s easily reached, unlike coconut. However, some may grow tall as high as 20 up to 30 feet. Although it grows and produces fruits fast, this kind of plant easily dies within a short period of time.

10 Of The Most Important Steps To Read When Growing A Grape Tree

Branching Out into Viticulture

Grapes have had such an enormous impact on history and the economy that they’ve necessitated their own branch of scientific study. I’m referring to the science of Viticulture which involves the in-depth study and analysis of grape culture and production. However, we shouldn’t be surprised at this extensive research since grape cultivation has been around for over 8000 years.

What’s surprising, though, despite the 72-million-ton global production of grapes is that very few of these numbers come from homegrown grape trees, or more accurately, grapevines.

I’m here to tell you that growing and nurturing your own grape tree is entirely possible! With ample space in your garden, the right equipment and tools, and the steps and tips here, you can begin your adventure into viticulture!