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Melon, Casaba—Cucumis melo L. (Inodorus group)

MV092/HS625 by James M. StephensNovember 1, 2018

Melon, Honeydew—Cucumis melo L. (Inodorus group)

MV093/HS626 by James M. StephensNovember 1, 2018The honeydew melon is one of the most popular melons, belonging to the Inodorus group of C. melo that also includes the casaba melon. Of course, the best known member of the winter melon group is cantaloupe. Honeydew is an American name for the French variety 'White Antibes,' which was grown for many years in southern France and Algeria for foreign shipment.

Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness Associated with Melons

FS258/FSHN14-11by Clara Diekman, Matthew D. Krug, Ashley T. Myers, Rachel McEgan, Keith R. Schneider, and Michelle D. DanylukAugust 5, 2021In recent years, foodborne illness outbreaks have become more prevalently associated with produce. Melons (specifically cantaloupe, honeydew, and watermelon) are popular commodities consumed around the world. Despite the manner in which they are prepared, melons are commonly consumed raw without a processing step which would eliminate pathogenic bacteria. This 10-page major revision was written by C. Diekman, M. D. Krug, A. T. Myers, R. McEgan, K. R. Schneider, and M. D. Danyluk.

Techniques for Melon Grafting

HS1257/HS1257 by Wenjing Guan and Xin ZhaoJuly 15, 2022A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet. in support of UF/IFAS Extension program: Plant Systems

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