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Why Some Papaya Plants Fail to Fruit

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Title: Why Some Papaya Plants Fail to Fruit
Authors: Chia, C.L.
Manshardt, Richard M.
Keywords: Carica papaya
fruit set
Issue Date: Oct 2001
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Chia CL, Manshardt RM. Why some papaya plants fail to fruit. 2001. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 2 p. (Fruits and Nuts; F&N-5).
Series/Report no.: Fruits and Nuts
Abstract: Papaya fruits may fall from the plant when about golf-ball size due to lack of pollination of a female flower. The distinction between female and hermaphrodite papaya plants is described. With “solo” papaya cultivars, allowing three seedlings to develop in each planting site gives a 96 percent chance that selection for a single hermaphrodite plant will be possible.
Pages/Duration: 2 pages
Appears in Collections:Fruit, Nut, and Beverage Crops, 1999 - present

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