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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Pawpaw A "Tropical" Fruit for Temperate Climates (Summary)

Pawpaw A "Tropical" Fruit for Temperate Climates



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By Guy Ames and Lane Greer

Published: 2001

Updated: 2010

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Introduction

This publication is intended as a summary overview of pawpaw (or paw paw) production, including overall culture, pests, harvest, post-harvest, marketing, and research which seeks to develop the pawpaw's potential for commercial development.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Culture
Harvest and Postharvest Handling
Marketing
Plant Extracts as Anti-carcinogens and Insecticides
Summary
References
Websites
Plant Sources

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