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PLS 2088 F1


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Seedless Variety

PLS 2088 has strong yields of uniform and flavorful fruit. The rind is thin for easy slicing- not to mention that it is seedless, yet just as flavorful as a seeded watermelon.

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Seedless Variety

PLS 2088 has strong yields of uniform and flavorful fruit. The rind is thin for easy slicing- not to mention that it is seedless, yet just as flavorful as a seeded watermelon.

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