If you are like me, you probably have a dozens or even hundreds of questions you ask yourself daily on “how do they” making things such as seedless watermelons.
Yes, I just found out seedless watermelons are not natural but done through DNA control:
Producing a seedless watermelon involves three steps. First, a plant is treated with colchicine, a substance that allows chromosomes to duplicate, but prevents the copies from being distributed properly to dividing cells. As a result, a plant with four sets of chromosomes is created, a “tetraploid.”