Yellow melon


  • 1 yellow watermelon
  • 2 types of yellow watermelon
  • 3 habitat of watermelon yellow
  • 4 References

Yellow melon

Yellow watermelon is a type of fruit that belongs to the pumpkin family , there are different types and varieties, which differ from each other in terms of surface texture, flavor, and color, [1] and the shape and size, and its weight after ripening usually ranges between one to four kilograms, and is considered These are one of the fruits at risk of some diseases, including: downy mildew, anthracnose, fusarium wilt, powdery mildew, [2] It is also mentioned that yellow watermelon is a healthy type of fruit as it contains many ingredients Nasser is a nutritious food that is beneficial to the health of the lungs, the heart, and the immune system. These include vitamins A, C, potassium, beta-carotene, adenosine, and others. [3]

Yellow watermelon types

There are seven types of watermelon , which are: [2]
  • Reticulatus Collection: Known in the United States, it features a ribbed mesh skin, sweet orange pulp and small size.
  • Cantalupensis Group is well known in European markets, and it is distinguished by its skin that resembles coarse warts, orange pulp, and sweet taste.
  • Melon cone group: Inodorus, which is a watermelon of great size, smooth texture, mild taste, and its core color is light green and white.
  • Flexuosus range: up to 1 meter long, looks like an option, and has a sour taste.
  • The Asian watermelon set: Conomon is distinguished by its green pulp, sweet taste, and unscented aroma.
  • Mango Watermelon Set: (English: Chito) Lemon and orange resemble shape and size, and its pulp is white.
  • The stinking watermelon group: (Dudaim) is about the size of an orange, has a stench and is inedible.

The habitat of the watermelon is yellow

It was believed in the past that the habitat of watermelon ( melon ) is the continent of Africa, but the truth is that its original habitat is the continent of Europe where it was growing and flowering, and this yellow watermelon was transferred to North America in the sixteenth century, where it has been cultivated and sold there until the present time , Where the percentage of its production in the United States is about sixty percent of the production of the American market, and the fruits of yellow melon are harvested and harvested from May to October of each year. [4]