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When to Plant water melon

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This statement below planting water melon on the second quarter does it mean germinating seeds or does it mean transplanting from nursery to the garden. i got that from some website etc... Second Quarter (increasing from about half-full to Full Moon): Plant annuals producing their yield above ground, which are generally of the vine kind that produce their seed inside the fruit. Examples include beans, eggplant, peas, peppers, squash, tomatoes, and watermelon -- also cereals and grains, again

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