Users' questions

Who was the watermelon guy on Vine?

Who was the watermelon guy on Vine?

Chaz Smith
Originally from Montclair, N.J., Chaz Smith is a College sophomore majoring in Cinema Studies. Many recognize him from Vine, as he started making videos for the website during his senior year of high school.

What are Malone?

Malone is an Irish surname. From the Irish “Mael Eòin”, the name means a servant or a disciple of Saint John.

What are Malone instead?

Click Here. An appendicostomy, Malone or MACE (Malone antegrade colonic enema), is a surgically created channel between the belly (abdomen) and the colon. This allows a flush, or enema, to be given at the beginning of the colon instead of at the end through the rectum.

Is watermelon a vine?

Although watermelon plants are vines, they cannot climb without a strong support. Watermelons become heavy, which can topple the average trellis, so supporting and training watermelons to grow vertically instead of horizontally can be a chore.

What should I do with my watermelon plant?

Use care when working with and handling development watermelons and their vines. Plant roots remain rather shallow so don’t compact the ground or cultivate too deeply with your feet or tools. Breaking the vine ends the growth of a watermelon.

How many watermelons should you grow per vine?

Grow 1-2 watermelon per vine to maximize size. Do not pinch off the end of the vine. Instead, pinch off the female flowers. Pinching off the end of the vine limits leaf growth which the watermelon needs to develop fully.

Is it possible to grow your own watermelon?

Growing watermelons is nothing short of magic. Tuck a small seed into the ground, and it grows into a vine that produces watermelons. Biting into a luscious, juicy slice of watermelon you grew yourself is one of gardening’s sweetest rewards. Watermelons aren’t hard to grow.

How long does it take for a watermelon to ripen on the vine?

It’s typically a range like 80 to 120 days. If you’re growing watermelon from seedlings your bought, just note when flowers open. It typically takes about five calendar weeks for a watermelon to go from flower to ripe fruit.