Creating watermelon plants with double the usual chromosome number and crossing them with normal watermelon plants develop triploid or seedless watermelons. The resulting plants have one-and-a-half times the normal chromosome number. Because they have an odd number of chromosomes, they cannot form viable seed.

Country / Origin Availability
Malaysia All year round

Packing options:

Weight: 8 – 15kg
Fruit count: 2 pieces per carton

Please contact Chris Lioe in the Asia-Pacific office to discuss your seedless watermelon requirements.

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