Melon Cantaloupe

Organic non GMO seeds for microgreens

10,50 100,00 

The non-GMO seeds of Cantaloupe Melon are easy to grow and grow with a robust, sunflower-like leaf. Organic Cantaloupe microgreens have a sweet and fresh flavour with a bitter aftertaste.


Organic Cantaloupe Melon

Organic Cantaloupe Melon seeds, botanical name Cucumis melo, grow quickly and don’t require special care. Organic microgreens have a strong stem and green leaves similar to those of sunflower and are characterized by a sweet taste and a slightly bitter aftertaste.

How can I grow it?

Producing organic microgreens of Cantaloupe Melon is quick and easy, even at home. It is not necessary to soak the seeds and the dark period of 4/5 days is recommended, but not fundamental.
We suggest you grow organic Cantaloupe Melon seeds in the soil, watering them 2/3 times a day. In this way, not only will the cultivation process be easier and faster, but the harvest will also be more sturdy.
In just 10 days you will have excellent organic Melon microgreens, ready to be used in cooking.

How can I eat it?

The organic microgreens of Cantalupe Melon have a sweet taste and a slight bitter aftertaste.
Light and fresh, they are ideal for enriching your cold dishes.

Organic Cantaloupe Melon seeds may contain traces of soy, mustard, wheat, gluten and grasses.
Store the seeds in a cool and ventilated place, with a temperature between 8 ° and 20 ° C, away from atmospheric agents, changes in humidity and sunlight.

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Technical Sheet

Melon Cantaloupe for microgreens – Non GMO organic seed
Botanical Name: Cucumis melo
Number of seeds per gram: 25
Weight of one thousand seeds: 40,00gr
Packaging available online: 50gr | 100gr | 250gr | 500gr | 1,00kg
Seed colour: brown – beige
Flavour: fresh and sweet, with light bitter aftertaste
Minimum guaranteed germination rate: 80%
Origin: Italy

Difficulty of growth: medium-easy
Soaking not necessary
Keep in the dark for 4/5 days
Germinates in 4/5 days
Microgreens in 10+ days