Charleston Gray No. 133 Watermelon
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Charleston Gray No. 133 Watermelon

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Oblong with rounded ends, dark red flesh and reaching 20-40 pounds
Charleston Gray No. 133

90 days — The rinds of 'Charleston Gray No. 133' are medium thick, tough, grayish-green in color with darker veining, and with dark red flesh. The fruit are oblong shaped with rounded ends and reach twenty to forty pounds in weight. Along with excellent flavor for fresh eating, the rinds are generally thick enough for pickling applications.

The original 'Charleston Gray' was developed and introduced by the ARS Vegetable Breeding Laboratory in Charleston, South Carolina in 1954.[1] 'Charleston Gray No. 133' was stabilized from a selection of 'Charleston Gray' by a "Mr. Stevenson from India"[2] for improved disease resistance, and introduced in 1961. Each packet contains two grams, which is approximately 20 seeds.
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Charleston Gray No. 133 watermelons have great flavor, great yields, and great disease-resistant fast-growing vines. They still sometimes get diseases, but I haven't grown any other varieties that do better.
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