By Mary Ellen Ellis
When growing papaya from seed, you may come across a serious problem: papaya seedlings failing. They look water-soaked, then shrivel, dry, and die. This is damping off, and it is a fungal disease that can be prevented with good cultural practices. Learn more here.
By Teo Spengler
When you see sunken spots on papaya fruit, you may be dealing with anthracnose of papaya trees. But with some cultural practices, papaya anthracnose control in the home orchard isn’t difficult. Click this article for tips on treating papaya anthracnose.
By Amy Grant
Usually, papaya with black spots is a fairly minor problem but if the tree becomes heavily infected, the growth of the tree can be affected, hence fruit yields are low. Treating papaya black spot before the disease progresses too far is of paramount importance. Learn more here.
By Teo Spengler
It's exciting when your papaya plant begins to develop fruit. But it's disappointing when you see the papaya dropping fruit before it ripens. Early fruit drop in papaya has several different causes. For more information about why papaya fruit drops, click here.
If you are going to develop a plant, then some information is also important if the information is incomplete, then the tree planted by you may not give results. All types of trees are found in males, females, and both sexes. The Male tree does not produce fruit, female trees are required for pollination for the male tree. Most of its varieties produce flowers on both male and female plants. Bisexual permits self-pollination, these plants do not require male plants.