Fruit Farming: How To Grow Fruit
If you’re interested in fruit farming and how to grow fruit, below you will find in depth guides on different varieties. Choose your favorite fruit below for its detailed guide.
Cantaloupe, sometimes called muskmelon, is a tender, warm season melon. Most North American varieties of cantaloupe have a somewhat musky smell; hence muskmelon. Cantaloupe originated in South Asia and was grown by the early settlers. Growing cantaloupe can be a fun...read more
Properly managed, growing cucumbers will produce high yields in warm weather. Cucumber vines need a lot of space to grow and thrive. Newer methods of growing, such as vertical, on string systems and across horizontal nets provide room for these quickly growing vines....read more
Eggplant is used in many cuisines around the world. It can be baked, fried, or steamed and still retain it's texture and flavor. The flesh of very ripe eggplant can even be used as a tofu substitute. It also blends well for use in dips and sauces. When growing...read more
Honeydew melons are members of the cucurbit family: cucumbers, winter and summer squash, pumpkins, zucchini and squash. Melons have the same growth needs as squash, pumpkins and cucumbers. The flavor and quality of melons is dependent upon the sugar content of the...read more
Watermelon is a traditional summer and Fourth of July food in the United States. It is a sugary sweet melon grown for its fruit and for its juice. Mark Twain once said of this fruit, “When one has tasted it, he knows what the angels eat.” Growing watermelon can be...read more