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rotting melons

This is my first year growing melons in this climate.  I am in Columbus
Georgia, 100 miles southwest of Atlanta, Zone 8.  All of the watermelons on
my plants have begun rotting where they lay on the ground.  Some have
completely shriveled up and died.  What causes this? Is it the humidity?  Too
much rain?  How can I stop it from happening?  Will this strike my cantaloupe

Jennifer White

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