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Thursday, October 22, 2015


The watermelon is a thirst quencher. Man has improved its fruit quality - juiciness, sweetness, seedless, colour, yield, disease tolerance etc through genetic manipulation conventionally or through biotechnology. 

Watermelon is a popular cash crop planted in the inter-rows of immature rubber or oil palm. It is an export item.

Nishimura showing the square, pyramid and heart-shaped watermelons at the Shibuya Nishimura luxury fruit in downtown Tokyo.

Children eating watermelons to welcome the solar term "beginning of autumn" at the Hongning Dancing School in Bozhou, east China's Anhui province. Watermelons or peaches are traditionally eaten before the "beginning of autumn," to bite away the "summer."

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