Seedless watermelons were developed by Professor H. Kihara in 1951. He was a Japanese scientist at Kyoto University, and used a new technology at the time called chromosome doubling to accomplish this. This process was refined in the last 1950s by Vic Watts, but seedless watermelons did not become really popular until 1990.
It could be worrisome to eat watermelon crushing the seeds inside. This necessitated the invention of seedless variety by researchers
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