Watermelon pollinator Ace F1

Watermelon pollinator Ace F1

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Recommendations :
Indoor sowing : 3 weeks before transplanting in the garden. (*)
(*) From 7 to 10 days after the date of the last ground frost.

This variety was developed as a non-harvest pollinator for seedless watermelon. It produces long, thin, very sturdy vines with small leaves. The plant habit is ideal as it brings the pollinator into close proximity with the seedless melon. It blooms profusely, thus providing an abundance of pollen that will ensure a good harvest.
P.S. In order to insure a good pollination, it is essential to plant in your garden one plant of pollinator Ace for every two seedless watermelon plants.

Maturity after tranplantation (days)


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Cultural practices : sow indoors in early spring. After about six weeks and when there is no more risk of frost on the ground, harden the seedlings and plant them in the garden.

Soil : they like well-drained, fertile soil with a pH between 6.5 to 7, rich in organic matter, with a high level of humus and nitrogen.

Spacing : place the seedlings in small hillocks 1 m apart, in rows spaced 1 m to 1.5 m apart.

Growing tips : Protect them well from wind and cold in bells or plastic tunnels, until they are well established. Choose a warm site, in full sun.Pinch off the ends of the stems for faster ripening. To ensure good pollination, it is essential to plant in your garden one (1) Ace pollinator plant for every two (2) seedless melon plants.

Harvest : melon is best harvested after a good period of sunshine, as that is when it will give its best. After a period of rain, you might end up with melons that are tasteless and less sweet. Finally, prefer a harvest in the evening rather than in the morning, after a beautiful sunny day, it is the guarantee of having sweeter melons

Consult our technical sheet

Growing plants from seeds


Rival plant

potato, Swiss chard

Companion plants

bush bean, corn, marjoram, okra

They fit good together