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Why are there seeds in my seedless watermelon?

This is the seeded pollinator watermelon, not the seedless watermelon. The seeded watermelon is included to produce the pollen needed for the seedless to produce fruit. It is important to mark the pollinators so you know which melons will produce seed. Other plants should produce the seedless variety. The seeded variety is still good to eat.

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