SCIENTIFIC NAME: Carica papaya
FAMILY: Caricaceae

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Primary Reference.Papaya - The Medicine Tree, November 1980
Primary Reference.Papaws From Cuttings, July 1982
Primary Reference.Papaya, March 1991
Primary Reference.Origin Of The Papaya, March 1993
Primary Reference.A New Pawpaw, August 2001
 Where Do Our Tropical Fruits Come From?, September 1981
 Tropical Fruit Landscaping, May 1982
 What's In A Name?, September 1985
 Temperature Management And Chilling Injury Of Tropical And Subtropical Fruit, November 1985
 Managing Frost - Frost Damage Can Be Avoided, July 1986
 Florida's New High-Return Tropical Fruit Crops, July 1987
 Report On Dr. Coronel's Visit At The Cardwell/Johnstone Branch, November 1987
 Papua New Guinea Wild And Cultivated Fruits And Nuts, November 1987
 Pollination Requirements Of Some Tropical Crops, January 1988
 Tropical Fruit Food Composition Table, July 1988
 Establishment And Propagation Of Hives Of Native Stingless Bees For Orchard Pollination, September 1988
 Fruits Of 1887, January 1989
 A Comprehensive Guide To Tropical And Subtropical Fruits, January 1990
 Nutritional Facts About Tropical Fruits And Vegetables, November 1990
 The Use Of Trace Elements In Tropical Fruit Crops, January 1991
 Native Fruit Trees Of Southern Brazil, September 1991
 Imported Chinese Wasp Tackles Oriental Scale, January 1992
 Seeds May Spread PRSV, March 1992
 Fruit-Piercing Moth, September 1992
 Australian Native Bees, January 1993
 Pesticides And Our Food Supply, September 1993
 Nutritional Facts About Tropical Fruits And Vegetables, November 1994
 Papaya Fruit Fly, January 1996
 The Asimoya, November 1996
 Rare Philippine Plants For Home Gardens, November 1997
 The Value Of Planting Fruit Seeds, August 1999
 Horticultural Bits And Pieces, August 1999
 Mycorrhizae - The Latest Horticultural Breakthrough, December 2001
 Fruit Trees Species List, August 2002

DATE: 2011 April 17

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