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Only if the season is very short where you live. This is done to direct the vine's energy into ripening the fruit which has already set instead of setting more fruit. http://botanical-journeys-plant-guides.com/growing-honeydew-melons.html PR: wait... I: wait... L: wait... LD: wait ...

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Yes, I agree with rochester. It also applies with melons, and that it applies with any vine growing fruit or vegetable.
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