Cantaloupe is also called king melon because it is difficult to grow in Vietnamese climatic conditions. Except for Long Dien and Long Dat areas of BR-VT, it is grown outdoors, the rest must be grown in greenhouses with strict Japanese care. Melons grown outdoors how much fruit to harvest so much poor quality.
Melons grown in greenhouses are the opposite. Melons are watered and fertilized using a drip irrigation system so the plants grow very evenly. Some places people pollinate melon by hand, some places thanks to bee pollination. Only 1 fruit is allowed per tree. When the fruit trees and trees grow to about 2m, the garden owner breaks the tops. The top breaker aims to concentrate nutrition on the fruit. After about 60 days the melon begins to ripen. About 10 days before harvesting time, the owner brakes water and interrupts nutrition. The reduction of water and partial nutritional interruption helps the fruit reduce water to increase brittleness and sweetness; partially eliminates the hydroponic residues left in the fruit. Currently on the market the most popular melon varieties are AB, Chu Phan, Bao Khue, Taki, Dutch melon and Tu Thanh melon varieties. Particularly AB melon has only appeared on the market for about 1 year but has won the hearts of Vietnamese people because it is sweet, crispy and fragrant.
Eating melon in the morning helps the body detoxify and regulate better. Zeaxanthin in melon also works to protect the skin from UV rays. In addition, melon is also a food source of beta-carotene, folic acid, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin A to help you improve younger and healthier star skin.