We planted some muskmelon this year in northwest Indiana. The results were not very good. They did not have the sweet taste that we love so much. They tasted as if there was too much water in them. When I picked them they were the yellowish orange on the outside, and they came right off of the stem. I have raised a few plants before and got quite good tasting muskmelon. I have not had the soil tested for many years, so am wondering if I am having something missing for melons. Everything else in the garden grow beautiful. I have tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, squash, pickels, and raise asparigus, all taste great. What could have made the melons taste quite bland? Thank you for any replies.