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Keeping the vines confined to a reasonable size would be probelmatic at best. All curcurbits (squash, gourds, cucumber and melons) require a large area for the vines to spread. A single watermelon plant could require as much as 100-600 sq. ft. of growing area so some type of trellising would be in order. I've seen people casually plant watermelons near their other veggies only to have the melons dominate the garden later on.
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Yeah I put them about a foot apart(4 plants) and it has deff. taken over, but the pumkin is about to whoop its ass.
how did this turn out? i'm about to plant a couple sugar baby watermelons, supposedly require less space... cant believe someone else already did this...
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for space considerations...you can get a "bush" variety of melons.
I hope you get some melons! But isn't it counter productive to grow something in equipment you're trying to keep clean and pest free? I dont really know anything about indoors, I'm just wondering.
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I had pumpkins under some T12s for a few months this year, and they had tons of flowers but never any fruit. I had them on 18/6 the whole time. Idk if that info helps or not... lol