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Title: Why Papaya Trees Fail to Fruit 
Author: Storey, W.B.
Date: 1972-06
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Storey WB. 1972. Why papaya trees fail to fruit. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 12 p. (Agricultural Economics Circular; AEC-339).
Abstract: Investigations of numerous inquiries have shown that failure of trees to fruit at all, cessation of fruiting on apparently healthy trees, and decline of trees which have been bearing may be due to anyone of a number of causes. The cause of unfruitfulness may be either something inherent in the trees themselves or unsuitable cultural conditions.
Series/Report No.: Agricultural Economics Circular
Pages/Duration: 10 pages
Keywords: Carica papaya, fruit crops, fruit set, genotype, Hawaii, papayas, plant cultural practices, plant diseases and disorders

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