Usually the first time I put my plants under the sun they begin to look a little droopy after an hour or two. Today I had the plants out in the sun for the first time for about 4 1/2 hours and they were still doing good. I had to taken them in because the wind was starting to kick up a little. I would have liked to get the plants under the sun earlier, but snow, wind and cold temps haven't allowed that until today.
Color for all four plants looks good and growth has been good. I've been pretty much keeping with the put the pedal to the floor theory and giving the plants just a little fertilizer with each watering. Can't see I've seen anything negative with that so far.
I hope to get the plants into the ground on Monday.
Watermelon seeds germinated but then I lost both of them in the pots. Probably didn't keep the soil moist enough. So I've started two 341 Vial seeds on May 28th. Both seeds were from the 2nd biggest watermelon ever grown in the world.