In this post we are going to tell you alarming information. If you eat the watermelon in the way that is in addition you need to stop immediately.
“Chinese regulations don’t forbid use of the substance. It is also allowed in the United States for use on kiwi fruit and grapes … About 20 farmers and 115 acres of watermelon around Danyang were affected … Farmers resorted to chopping up the fruit and feeding it to fish and pigs”.
Those who are growing watermelon spray on them the ingredient which is called Forchlorfenuron.
That will speed the growing of the watermelon and make her mature for sailing.
FORCHLORFENURON IS AN INGREDIENT WHICH WE SAID THAT WILL SPEED UP THE CELL DIVISION AND DELAY THE CELL DEATH.
The result of using this substance is larger and exploding fruit.
The application of excess FCF prompts cells to divide more rapidly. That’s a cancer-like function.
Of course, the greater multiplication of cells produces bigger fruits, but that excess growth is not necessarily accompanied by adequate nutrients. Therefore, the stability and nutritional quality of the fruit tends to deteriorate.
A lot of watermelons which are sold in the markets is believed to be sprayed with this kind of substance. Telltale signs are fibrous, misshapen fruit with mostly white instead of black seeds.
In addition we are going to present you he difference between the normal grown watermelon and the one which is treated with chemicals.
One of the easiest signs that shall be noticed is their inherent lack of flavor. It may look plump and ripe, but once you bite into it, it’s anything but a flavor sensation.
This shows as a result of fast growing and no time to develop the seeds.
Many unripe fruits and vegetables are virtually tasteless.In the case of watermelons, those treated with forchlorfenuron are very large and brightly colored on the outside, but the color of the flesh is more white than deep red. Other telltale signs are white instead of black seeds and fibrous, and/or misshapen fruit. (Note, this is for regular watermelons, which have black seeds. Seedless watermelons typically have tiny white seeds.)