2 edition of Cantaloupe production in California found in the catalog.
1926 by University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||J.T. Rosa and E.L. Garthwaite|
|Series||Circular / University of California, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station -- 308, Circular (California Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 308.|
|Contributions||Garthwaite, E. L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Main Content Metrics Author & Book Info Abstract Basic information for commercial growers, including climatic requirements, varieties, planting, fertilization, harvest, and marketing by: U.S. Cantaloupe and Honeydew Melon Production Statistics ( - ) California, Arizona, Texas, Georgia and Indiana are the leading U.S.
producers of cantaloupes (muskmelons). In Indiana, muskmelons are grown largely in the southern part of the state. The total U.S. cantaloupe crop was harvested fromacres in with a total yield.
Cantaloupe was grown by Native Americans near Montreal in the s and made its way to the U.S. East Coast by the mids. Commercial marketing of cantaloupe did not begin until in the s.
The average American eats almost 9 pounds of cantaloupe annually and much of this fruit is grown in California, which leads the country in production. Cantaloupe was Cantaloupe production in California book by Native Americans near Montreal in the s and made its way to the U.S.
East Coast by the mids. Commercial marketing of cantaloupe did not begin until in the s. The majority of domestic production is in California, while Mexico is a significant grower and exporter.
The Cantaloupe strike of was labor movement of cantaloupe pickers in Imperial Valley, May 7, cantaloupe pickers walked off of the job and the strike lasted to May 10 of the same year.
The strikers had hardly any outside support and many were effectively imprisoned by local police for gathering together in any public space during the strike.
Introduction: Cantaloupe, also known as muskmelon is one of the most popular forms of melon in the United States and is grown widely in California as well as throughout Europe, although the original source of cantaloupe was actually in Africa, Cantaloupe production in California book, and India/5(14).
cantaloupe production in CA accounted for 55% of total U.S. production and the produ ce was worth million dollars (Californ ia Agricultural Statistics, ). Overall, California's. Cantaloupe and Tomatoes.
North Carolina ranks seventh in the country for both crops. While we don’t grow quite as many cantaloupes as Georgia or as many tomatoes as California, neither does anyone else in the country. Wilson County tops the list for cantaloupe production in NC. But to find NC’s top tomato-producing county, you have to go.
California Melon Research Advisory Board and California Minor Crops Council: Pest Management Strategic Plan Cantaloupe, Honeydew, and Mixed Melon Production in California. Inin California, 25 persons were infected with S. Saphra due to consumption of cantaloupe imported from Altamirano, Guerrero, México (Mohole-Boetani et al., ).
Between May and Juneagain the Mexican cantaloupe was involved in an outbreak in Ontario, Canada where 22 illnesses were reported due to the presence of S. Oranienburg. The term cantaloupe is an American usage that describes the netted melons commonly referred to as cantaloupe or muskmelon in US commerce (Everett, ).
As a crop, cantaloupes are grown commercially wherever environmental conditions permit the production of an economically viable yield. Commercial Watermelon Production 1 Watermelon is a warm-season crop related to can-taloupe, squash, cucumber and pumpkin.
Watermelons can be grown on any well-drained soil throughout Georgia but are particularly well adapted to the Coastal Plain soils of South Georgia. Yields of 20, to 40, pounds per acre are common. California vegetable value goes up while acres down The value of California’s utilized vegetable production rose to $ billion, % above the value according to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Pacific Regional Field Office.
University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources: Cantaloupe: Safe Methods to Store, Preserve and Enjoy About the Author Julie Christensen is a food writer, caterer, and mom.
Los Angeles-based Pacific Trellis Fruit/Dulcinea Farms plans to begin production in May on cantaloupes and yellow personal watermelons from the. University of Georgia scientists are assisting in a study to find a cantaloupe variety with less netting on the rind in the hopes that the fruit will be less susceptible to the bacteria or pathogens that settle in the netting on the outside of the fruit.
Since the early s, numerous nationwide outbreaks of salmonella have been linked to fresh, whole cantaloupes. The cantaloupe, rockmelon (Australia), sweet melon, or spanspek (South Africa) is a melon that is a variety of the muskmelon species (Cucumis melo) from the family Cucurbitaceae. Cantaloupes range in weight from to 5 kilograms (1 to 11 lb).
Originally, cantaloupe referred only to the non-netted, orange-fleshed melons of Europe, but today may refer to any orange-fleshed melon of the C Family: Cucurbitaceae.
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North Carolina ranks seventh in the country for both crops. While we don’t grow quite as many cantaloupes as Georgia or as many tomatoes as California, neither does anyone else in the country.
Wilson County tops the list for cantaloupe production in NC. with a very small caloric price: 50 calories per 6-oz slice. Half a cantaloupe will meet your daily requirement for vitamins A and C, as well as valuable minerals such as folic acid and potassium.
Cantaloupe has no fat or cholesterol and provides fiber in the diet. Honeydew Melon Honeydew is actually a member of the cantaloupe Size: KB. It’s also ranked fifth in the nation for swine production and third for poultry. In the fruits and vegetables category, Indiana takes the fifth spot for cantaloupe production, sixth for tomatoes and watermelon, and 12th for blueberries.
Indiana may be known for corn, but the state’s aquaculture industry (or fish farming) is gaining speed. Rounding out the top six cantaloupe-producing states are Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, and Texas.
Within California, the bulk of cantaloupe production occurs in one of two regions: the San Joaquin Valley of Central California and the Imperial Valley (in the more desert-like southeastern part of the state).
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The climate, the season, and potential pests all impact the selection of File Size: KB. On the scruffy shoulder of Joe Del Bosque’s 2,acre patchwork of asparagus, almond, tomato, cherry, and cantaloupe fields just outside the Central Valley town of Los Banos, some 60 miles.
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Mendota is in the center of California's Central Valley, one of the world’s most productive agricultural places and called by some the "Cantaloupe. Concerns of consumers have increased the pressure on companies to become more responsible toward the environment.
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Aid In Digestion. Adding in the digestive process is known as the first one of the must know benefits of Cantaloupes for health. You may find that cantaloupe, like other types of the melon, is very quickly digested particularly when the stomach is empty. Discussion of hybrid production systems will be covered more specifically later.
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Bush beans produce in about 50 to 55 days; pole beans will take 55 to 65 days. Bush beans often come in all at once, so stagger your planting every two weeks. Plate No. 8 Letting the Water Soak More as the Plants Grow. at any time. The cantaloupe does not seem to have the power to rally from a check in growth or an injury of any kind; the set back, not only hinders the production of early fruits, but seriously affects the size and yield of the cantaloupes.
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