Anonymous added on June 5, 2011 | Answered

I have two melons I bought from a garden center and four that I grew from seed. One from the garden center died, but the other has two flowers on it. The others are doing quite well, I think. I have them in the greenhouse in large pots. The problem I have is that I don't know what flower is the male and which is the female in order to try and pollinate them. Also, I have been told to feed them with tea oil or fish oil, which I have never even heard of and don't know where to get them from. Should I put the melons outside? Would that be best? How high should they grow, etc. ?

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