Why are my cantaloupe not sweet?
Also question is, how can I make my cantaloupe sweeter?
Sprinkle sugar or sugar substitute onto the cantaloupe. Toss the cantaloupe gently with the sugar until it has been evenly distributed. Try a piece of cantaloupe. If it still needs to be sweetened, sprinkle more sugar and toss the cantaloupe again.
Also Know, how can you tell if cantaloupe is bad? Bad Cantaloupe Symptoms and Signs You might notice liquid seeping out through the rind, and the cantaloupe gives off an unpleasant odor. The flesh becomes darker orange and mushy, too. Mold inside cantaloupe or growing on its rind is another sure sign that you should throw out the fruit.
Likewise, what do I do if my melon is not sweet?
Toss your cut honeydew melon with fresh lemon or lime juice (start with just a squeeze of juice, and add more if necessary). This brings out the natural flavor of most room-temperature melons. Toss the melon pieces with a little bit of sugar or honey, and let the pieces sit at room temperature for a few minutes.
Why are my cantaloupe plants not producing fruit?
High temperatures or high fertility can cause the cantaloupe to produce only male blooms which results in poor fruit set. Nematodes can also cause small plants, profusion of blooms and no fruit. It restricts the uptake of nutrients from the root system to the foliage, resulting in a yellow and stunted plant.