Growing Cantaloupes?

Our cantaloupes are not sweet. Why?

By Robert H. from Salem, AL

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August 28, 20120 found this helpful
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Maybe the variety, the amount of rain, the temperature conditions, the minerals in your soil, the time picked, or any number of other things. Remember, vidalia onions only get their unique flavor because of the soil in Georgia; if grown any place else, they do not taste the same.

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