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'U.C. West Side' muskmelon



'U.C. West Side' muskmelon



HortScience 15(3, I): 319-320



Cucumis melo 'UC West Side' is the seventh generation from a cross between Perlita and Top Mark. It is andromonecious, has salmon-orange flesh, matures early and ripens well during transportation.

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