Seedless Watermelon Produced by Student (Apr, 1939)

Seedless Watermelon Produced by Student

Watermelons without seeds are produced by chemical treatment of watermelon blossoms, in a process perfected by Cheong Yin Wong, graduate student at Michigan State College, East Lansing. In the photograph, Wong holds a piece of seedless melon in his right hand.

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  1. Anne says: April 7, 200812:47 pm

    I’m sure it’s just the quality of the black and white picture there, but that watermelon looks quite unappetizing.

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