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Papaya Fruit Seeds
Papaya Fruit Seeds
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Papaya Fruit Seeds
Papaya Fruit Seeds
Papaya Fruit Seeds

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Papaya Fruit Seeds
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Seeds per Packet 20 Common Name papaya, pawpaw Height Depending on the variety, some can reach a height of 33 feet. Spread: 2-3 feet Difficulty Level Easy Planting and care In addition to proper papaya growing conditions, suitable care of papaya fruit trees is also important In order for papaya trees to thrive, they require some fertilizer Provide young plants fertilizer... Read More

Seeds per Packet 20

Common Name papaya, pawpaw
Height Depending on the variety, some can reach a height of 33 feet.
Spread: 2-3 feet
Difficulty Level Easy

Planting and care

  • In addition to proper papaya growing conditions, suitable care of papaya fruit trees is also important
  • In order for papaya trees to thrive, they require some fertilizer
  • Provide young plants fertilizer every 14 days using pound of complete fertilizer
  • Fertilize older trees with 1 to 2 pounds of fertilizer once a month
  • Also, be sure to take a soil sample and amend as necessary
  • Water trees frequently for best fruit production
  • Mulch trees with 4 inches of wood chips to help retain moisture, taking care to keep the mulch 8 to 12 inches from the trunk
  • Protect developing fruit from pests by placing a paper bag over them until they are ripe
Sunlight Grow best in full sun. Papayas love the heat and sunlight.
Watering Water the papaya plants around the root zone as needed.
Soil Papayas do best in rich soil that is high in organic matter. Make sure your planting location and soil has good drainage to avoid root rot.
Temperature The best air temperatures for papayas range from 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year.
Fertilizer Apply a complete fertilizer every two months after planting, using a formula that contains nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, such as 10-10-10.
Harvest Season
  • You can pick the fruit when the skin starts to become yellow.
  • The fruit will ripen after you have picked it.
  • Handle it carefully because it gets bruised easily.

Papaya uses

Culinary Use:

  • Papaya is a very popular tropical fruit that is used widely in cooking
  • The pink or golden flesh of papaya is used as a main component in various salads and desserts
  • Green papaya is a good meat tenderizer hence it is grated and used in marinade as a tenderizer
  • It is also a familiar ingredient in numerous stews and soup dishes
  • Papaya is a widely eaten fruit in breakfast and many papaya dishes are served as side dishes such as chili papaya with venison and papaya with pineapple salsa
  • Due to its long pear shape, papaya is a good fruit to be stuffed
  • Papaya is pureed to make chutneys and sauces
  • Baked papaya recipes are also very popular in various cuisines
  • Papaya seeds are usually scooped out and discarded but they have a spicy flavor and can be dried and used as a peppery seasoning
  • papaya is cultivated for its edible ripe fruit; its juice is a popular beverage, and its young leaves, shoots, and fruits are cooked as a vegetable
  • The fruits are a source of flavoring used in candies, jellies, preserves, and ice cream

 

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