You know I really love watermelons because they not only keep you hydrated in summers but are also light to eat after the dinner as a desert. But I was disappointed one day when we ended up to a really tasteless watermelon in spite of its thick red color. To which I asked my father that although he's an expert in choosing fruits, why did he fail this time? Obviously, he was answerless because no one could have helped in this.
Also, nowadays farmers inject some chemicals to the fruits to increase the density of the color sometimes as well as to make them mature early. And it is not only important to learn the right ways to eat fruit but the fruit should also be a healthy one all by itself.
So, here I have some new tricks by how we can discover a juicy and sweet watermelon, apart from our traditional and very own trick of asking the fruit vendor to cut and show the redness of the fruit.
Since, it doesn't work anymore.
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The field spot is the yellowish-creamy area on the watermelon. This is where the watermelon was resting on the ground.
These weblike areas indicate that bees have touched the pollinating parts many times in its initial growth. The degree of sweetness depends on upon the degree of pollination. Higher the pollination, more is the sweetness.
Nobody knows that farmers differentiate watermelons by gender.
The male ones have an elongated shape, a bigger size and are watery in taste whereas the female ones are round and sweet.
Choose an average size watermelon; neither too large nor too small.
A dried tail indicates that the watermelon is ripe. However, a green tail indicates that the watermelon was picked too early and will not be ripe.