The ripening time of watermelon has a great relationship with the variety. The early ripening is three months, the medium ripening is 100 days, and the late ripening is 4 months.
Watermelon can be said to be the most refreshing melon, and the price is quite cheap, which is loved by most people. So how long does it take for watermelon to mature? Let’s find out together.
Early-maturing watermelon takes about three months from sowing to harvesting, and this kind of watermelon has the fastest ripening time.
It takes about 100 days for medium-ripe watermelons from sowing to harvesting.
Late-maturing varieties of watermelon, from sowing to harvest the watermelon needs 4 months, this kind of melon is characterized by large size, and relatively resistant to storage.
Watermelons in the south generally ripen earlier than watermelons in the north, and usually men can eat watermelons at the end of June, while in northern areas, it takes around mid-July for watermelons to ripen.
Ripe watermelons in June taste the best, because the weather temperature difference during this time is large, which is conducive to the storage of watermelon sugar.