Cantaloupe Plants Not Setting Fruit?

I have long beautiful vines with lots of blossoms, but no fruit. Why?

By Vickey M. from Concord, NC

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July 9, 20120 found this helpful

Perhaps an animal is eating the blooms. I had a great watermelon growing in my yard Everyday I would go out & water it. Suddenly, there was this beautiful baby watermelon on the vine. And it grew & grew until it was the size of a soft ball and then stopped. Perplexed about this I fed it plant food and still no more growth. So I finally grabbed it and then I had the answer. The front side of the fruit which I could see was perfect. However, the backside had been eaten by a squirrel and was completely gone.

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