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Progress 10/01/02 to 09/30/06 Outputs A new papaya disease caused by the fungus Asperisporium caricae was found first on the island of Maui in February 2001, then on the island of Hawaii and Oahu, and by September on Kauai. Introduction to Papaya pests, diseases, and their control procedure. Papaya (Carica papaya L.) is the most delicious fruit grown widely under tropical and sub-tropical climates. Once disease appears in a field, the disease can be the main concern due to its ability to spread among plants and destroy fruits rapidly during windy, rainy periods. Infection is first apparent on the leaves as small darkened areas, which later become white powdery spots. The fruit has very thin skin and thus rough handling leads to heavy losses due to a number of rots caused by fungi and bacteria. Management – Protective fungicides similar to those used for a black spot must be applied. 4). (5 cm) in diameter (Fig. It is a disease primarily of the leaf blade but will occasionally occur on petioles and male flower stalks. Application of Carbofuran (1 kg a.i./ha) at the time of sowing seeds followed by 2 to 3 foliar sprays of Phosphamidon (0.05%) at an interval of 10 days starting from 15 to 20 days after sowing effectively checks the population of aphids. disease of Florida papaya, caused by the fungus Corynespora cassiicola. Rawal, R.D. The above information may be useful for Growing Dwarf Papaya from Seeds as well. Symptoms – Main symptoms are angular water-soaked lesions on leaves; lesions coalesce and spread along leaf veins; witling plant leaves, particularly at top of canopy; water-soaked lesion and cankers on the stem; cankers girdle stem and cause plant to collapse; small water-soaked lesions on green Papaya fruit. There are over 17 diseases caused by fungi, viruses, mycoplasma and nematodes, which affect papaya plant all over the world. The fungus anthracnose is known to specifically attack papaya, especially the mature fruits. Request PDF | Fungal diseases of Papaya and their management | Papaya (Carica papaya L.) is the most delicious fruit grown widely under tropical and sub-tropical climates. It is a tropical plant and will grow optimally at temperatures between 21 and 33°C in areas with no frost. Severely infected leaves can become chlorotic and distorted before falling. Copyright © 2020 International Society for Horticultural Science. The fruits must be harvested as soon as they mature. A severe epidemic of PRSV disease in the early 1990s nearly destroyed Hawaii’s papaya industry, until a high level of resistance to the local Papaya is also known as pawpaw, is an important agricultural export. Abstract Fungal diseases constitute one of the main causes of losses during commercialization of tropical fruits. Papaya trees are tropical plants that produce pear-shaped and melon-like fruit. Also, they are susceptible to disease and can be damaged by chemicals used to treat diseases. Such affected plants … RANCHI, 851_60 INFLUENCE OF BIO-INOCULANTS ON NURSERY ESTABLISHMENT OF PAPAYA CV. Pawpaw (Carica papaya) and orange (Citrus spp.) The stem becomes watery and shrinks, followed by the death of the Papaya plant. Black spot Asperisporium caricae Cercospora papayae Phomopsis caricae-papayae. Though, its use is controversial. Papaya lines produced with increased resistance to diseases became available for crossing with SunUp to produce hybrids that have resistance to both virus and fungal diseases. Papaya seedlings are susceptible to competition from weeds and the areas around the trees should be kept weed-free. The black spot of papaya is mainly caused by the fungus Asperisporium caricae, previously referred to as Cercospora caricae. Effect of fungal infections on nutritional value of papaya fruits. The application of insecticide to reduce the incidence of leafhopper vectors can be beneficial. Such Papaya fruits are elongated and reduced in size. These patches enlarge rapidly and girdle the stem, causing rotting of the tissues, which then turn dark brown or black. Then, preventive spraying against this disease is done about every 2 weeks in wet locations. The development of powdery mildew in papaya is promoted by high humidity (80-85%) and a temperature range of 24 to 26°C. Commercial papaya production has been hampered worldwide due to the high susceptibility of the crop to different fungal, viral, and bacterial diseases. (2011). Papaya lines produced with increased resistance to diseases became available for crossing with SunUp to produce hybrids that have resistance to both virus and fungal diseases. Anthracnose Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. In general, disease management strategies involve different practices that include plant resistance, and prophylactic and curative measures. Water soaked patches appear on the stem near the ground level. Papaya is a tropical fruit cultivated in frost-free areas throughout the world. Then they suck the cell sap and act as a vector of papaya mosaic virus. RANCHI, 851_54 BALANCED FERTILIZATION IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) FOR HIGHER YIELD AND QUALITY, 851_55 CND AND PCA APPROACHES FOR MULTIVARIATE DIAGNOSIS OF NUTRIENT IMBALANCE IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_56 FERTIGATION IMPROVES FRUIT YIELD AND QUALITY OF PAPAYA, 851_57 INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) CV. The flesh beneath the affected portion becomes soft and then begins to rot. As a result of this large foliage, the papaya tree needs between 10 and 20 feet between its trunk and any other plants or structures. Lesions are seen on the stem at or just above soil level. causes papaya anthracnose, recognized globally as a major post-harvest disease. Plant diseases comprise a major factor in the culture of papaya. 851, 443-446, International Society for Horticultural Science, https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2010.851.68, Division Tropical and Subtropical Fruit and Nuts, Division Physiology and Plant-Environment Interactions of Horticultural Crops in Field Systems, 851_1 PAPAYA CAROTENOIDS FOR COMBATING VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY AND AGE RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATIVE DISEASES, 851_2 REJUVENATING THE FLAGGING PAPAYA INDUSTRY IN MALAYSIA: THE ROLE OF MAFC, 851_3 OVERVIEW OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN PAPAYA INDUSTRY, 851_4 'FIJI RED' PAPAYA: PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS IN DEVELOPING A MAJOR AGRICULTURE DIVERSIFICATION INDUSTRY, 851_5 ECONOMICS OF PAPAYA CULTIVATION AT FARMERS' FIELDS, 851_6 PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PAPAYA CULTIVATION IN NORTHEASTERN STATES OF INDIA, 851_8 RADIATION INDUCED MUTATION FOR IMPROVING PAPAYA VARIETY IN VIETNAM, 851_9 FORTY YEARS OF PAPAYA RESEARCH AT PUSA, BIHAR, INDIA, 851_10 EVOLVING RED PULP DIOECIOUS PAPAYA, 851_11 EFFECT OF γ-IRRADIATION ON GERMINATION, GROWTH, SENSITIVITY AND SURVIVABILITY OF PAPAYA CV. 851_71 EFFECT OF COMBINATIONS OF BIO-PESTICIDES ON THE MANAGEMENT OF NEMATODES ON CARICA PAPAYA L. 851_72 MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF BEGOMOVIRUSES ASSOCIATED WITH PAPAYA LEAF CURL DISEASE IN INDIA, 851_73 INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF PAPAYA RINGSPOT VIRUS, 851_74 PAPAYA DISEASES IN BIHAR: AN OVERVIEW, 851_75 INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF PAPAYA RING SPOT VIRUS (PRSV) IN AGRO ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF BIHAR, 851_76 AN INSIGHT INTO THE POST HARVEST HANDLING AND STORAGE OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_77 METABOLOMIC INVESTIGATION OF FRUIT FLESH GELLING OF PAPAYA FRUIT (CARICA PAPAYA L. 'GOLDEN') BY NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE AND PRINCIPLE COMPONENT ANALYSIS, 851_78 BORON NUTRITION ON YIELD AND POST HARVEST LIFE OF PAPAYA IN SEMI ARID TROPICS OF SOUTH INDIA, 851_79 POST HARVEST HANDLING, MARKETING AND ASSESSMENT OF LOSSES IN PAPAYA, 851_80 INCREASING THE SHELF-LIFE OF PAPAYA THROUGH VACUUM PACKING, 851_81 EFFECT OF WAX COATING AND NAA ON STORAGE BEHAVIOUR OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_82 EFFECT OF STORAGE TEMPERATURES ON THE QUALITY AND SHELF LIFE OF PAPAYA, 851_83 EFFECT OF BORNEOL ON POST HARVEST BEHAVIOUR OF PAPAYA, 851_84 PERSPECTIVES OF PROCESSING PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA) FRUIT: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIES, 851_85 EFFECT OF SLICE THICKNESS AND BLANCHING TIME ON QUALITY OF OSMOTICALLY DEHYDRATED PAPAYA TUTI FRUITI, 851_86 DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF BLENDED PAPAYA LEATHER, 851_87 DEVELOPMENT OF PAPAYA FORTIFIED SPAGHETTI TO COMBAT VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY, 851_88 MINIMAL PROCESSING OF PAPAYA FOR QUALITY MAINTENANCE AND SHELF LIFE, 851_89 VALUE ADDITION TO ICDS SUPPLEMENTARY FOOD WITH PAPAYA POWDER AND ITS QUALITY EVALUATION, 851_90 INVOLVEMENT OF SOME PROCESS VARIABLES IN MASS TRANSFER KINETICS OF OSMOTIC DEHYDRATION OF PAPAYA SEGMENTS, 851_91 STUDIES ON THE OSMOTIC DEHYDRATION AS AFFECTED BY THE PRE-TREATMENT IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) CV. Symptoms – Tiny black dots on Papaya fruit which enlarge to about 3mm across; spots are raised and although indistinct on unripe green fruit, become visible on ripening to yellow; lesions on leaves are irregular in shape and gray-white in color; if the infestation is severe, leaves can turn yellow and necrotic and drop from the plant. Use of appropriate protective fungicides, for example, mancozeb or copper sulfate. The commercial papaya production has been hampered worldwide due to high susceptibility of the crop to various fungal, viral and bacterial diseases. that the disease level in transgenic plants was reduced to 35% of the disease level in non-transformed control plants. INTRODUCTION Small water-soaked lesions on the Papaya fruit during ripening later becoming circular sunken lesions with light brown margins. COORG HONEY DEW, 851_92 INCORPORATION OF PAPAYA FOR FORTIFICATION OF β-CAROTENE IN RICE STICKS, 851_93 EFFECT OF ULTRASOUND TREATMENTS IN PAPAYA JUICE PROCESSING. The fungus survives and reproduces on papaya plants only. Older leaves are most likely to be affected. Symptoms – Dark green rings on fruit can be sunken and less distinct as the fruit ripens; plant leaves exhibit a bright yellow mosaic pattern and new leaves are small and growth is stunted. Affected plants can become stunted and fruit set can be markedly reduced or absent. Fruit and leaf lesions often are invaded by what appears to be a … The infected plants show a marked reduction in plant growth. A considerable reduction in the crop yield is observed. List of Common Diseases of Papaya. If leaves are severely infected, and they turn brown and die. The Anthracnose disease prominently appears on green immature fruits. Aphids (Aphis gossypii and Myzus persicae). Sawant, S. G. and Gawai D. U. (2010). The papaya plant is tree-like, usually unbranched and hollow stems and petioles. The virus is spread from plant to plant by aphids and the earliest symptoms on papaya are yellowing and vein-clearing of the young leaves. Papaya is an herbaceous perennial in the Caricaceae family grown for its edible fruit. Black spot of a papaya is a fungal disease that is now found worldwide where papaya trees can be grown. Symptoms – The disease causes severe damage to plant leaves. Adequate control measures are necessary to intensify the production of papaya. Common Names of Plant Diseases...W. T. Nishijima, primary collator (last update 5/28/99) BACTERIAL DISEASES Bacterial canker Erwinia sp. Cause – Virus – transmitted by several aphid species. Discover the world's research. Papaya anthracnose is a serious fungal disease caused by the pathogen Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. Appropriate protective fungicides applied as a preventive measure are the best for managing anthracnose disease. The affected fruits should be removing and destroyed. The commercial papaya production has been hampered worldwide due to high susceptibility of the crop to various fungal, viral and bacterial diseases. Diseases are important factors in reducing the yield and marketability of papaya. Management – Copper has been widely proposed as offering a level of control of this disease. Papayas require plenty of water to grow tasty fruit, but the plants do not tolerate wet feet. This project proposes to develop a papaya with broad resistance to the many different fungal pathogens through genetic transformation of the host. Viral diseases, such as that caused by the Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) are even more deadly. As soon as the powdery mildew disease symptoms are observed dusting Sulphur (30 g/10 liters of water) or spraying Calixin 75 EC (5 ml/10 liters of water) at 15 days interval helps to control the disease, Cercospora black spot of papaya pests and diseases. FUNGAL DISEASES OF PAPAYA AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. SURYA, 851_58 INFLUENCE OF NUTRITION AND VAM FUNGI ON PLANT GROWTH PARAMETER, PHYSIO-CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT AND YIELD OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) CV. Papaya has culinary, medical, and industrial uses, but is cultivated for its edible fruit. In drier locations, the preventive sprays such as mancozeb or copper can be applied every 3 weeks, or less often. It is characterized by the appearance of water-soaked patches on the stem near the ground level. Pawpaw (Carica papaya) and orange (Citrus spp.) The disease is caused by the fungus Oidium caricae-papayae. Papayas are one of the major tropical fruits produced for local consumption or export in Hawaii and many tropical countries. These spots become irregular in shape, then increase in size, and then appear brown to grey. Planting the papaya tree as a multi-crop that is interspersed with non-hosts of C. gloeosporiodes such as citrus and coffee can help to minimize anthracnose incidence and severity. The powdery mildew disease appears as on the foliage and pods. PANT PAPAYA 1, 851_67 APHID (APHIDIDAE: HOMOPTERA) VECTORS OF PAPAYA RINGSPOT VIRUS (PRSV), BIONOMICS, TRANSMISSION EFFICIENCY AND FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO EPIDEMIOLOGY, 851_68 FUNGAL DISEASES OF PAPAYA AND THEIR MANAGEMENT, 851_69 MANAGEMENT OF PAPAYA RING SPOT VIRUS (PRSV-P) OF PAPAYA UNDER PUNE CONDITIONS, 851_70 ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CAUSING PHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN PAPAYA PLANTS. The disease is spread by wind and rain and its emergence is favored by cool weather interspersed with moisture from dew. Col-letotrichum gloeosporioides. This is followed by a very conspicuous yellow mottling of the plant leaves and sometimes severe blistering and leaf distortion. The fruits borne on disease Papaya plants develop water-soaked lesions with a central solid spot. Bacterial leaf spot Pseudomonas carica-papayae Robbs. To avoid overwatering the papaya, water deeply when the top 1 inch of soil dries. You may also check this: Cashew Seed Germination, Period, Temperature, Process. The purpose of this project is to develop transgenic papaya lines that will be resistant to a wide range of fungal diseases. It is the main pest of the developing fruit peel and papaya … Dark-green streaks and rings appear in the leafstalks and stems. Symptoms – Circular water-soaked or brown lesions on older plant leaves; centers of lesions become bleached as they mature; plant leaves curl and turn brown; raised lesions on trunks; sunken circular lesions on fruit. Fungal diseases; Alternaria fruit spot Alternaria alternata. Usually found in or on or near the stem amongst the flower and fruit.The webworm causes injury to fruit and stem, providing an entrance for the fungus disease, anthracnose. The disease can have a serious impact on refrigerated Papaya fruit for export. Major symptoms persist on the ripe fruit as darker orange-brown rings. Black sunken rot on young Papaya fruits originating from stem end or contact with a leaf; Water-soaked lesions on unripe fruit that oozes latex; withering Papaya fruit; water-soaked lesions on leaf scars of the fruit-bearing stem; mature Papaya fruit covered in the white mycelium. But mildew does not rot papayas as does the blight disease. The disease derives its name from the striking symptoms that develop on Papaya fruit. gloeosporiodes, is an important fungus disease that primarily affects papaya fruit. A layer of mulch around the Papaya plants can successfully suppress weeds. Papaya ringspot disease can cause symptoms on leaves, stems and fruit. Management – Applications of suitable protective fungicides (mancozeb) at intervals of about 14 to 28 days provide satisfactory control of the disease. Benomyl or thiobendazole are amongst the important fungicides used to. Damping-Off (fungus – Rhizoctonia solani): This is a disease of young seedlings. Symptoms – This is a disease of young seedlings and lesions are seen on the stem at or just above soil level. Leaves at all growth stages can be affected, but older leaves are more susceptible. The disease first appears as small, discolored lesions, which are irregularly scattered on the plant leaves. Small, irregular-shaped water-soaked spots on leaves may also be seen and these spots eventually turn brown. Root rot in seedlings can be prevented by planting in holes filled with soil in which papaya has never been grown by the time the plant roots extend out of the added soil the plant is no longer susceptible to the fungus disease. Dipping Papaya fruits in hot water at 48°C for 20 minutes reduces the incidence of the disease. Well, for better crop yield, and quality of fruit, you must have a minimum knowledge of pests and diseases attacked in papaya crops. Symptoms are first evident as small, yellow areas. It is caused by a fungus-like organism and occurs most severely during periods of windy, wet weather. Spraying with foliar protectant fungicides such as dithiocarbamates is very effective. Seeds are sown in small containers or nursery beds in sterilized soil. Several fungal diseases attack papaya under field condition and also as post-harvest rots. The fungus survives in soil and enters through wounds in the plant stem. Bacteria survive in lesions and cankers. Insufficient water, disease, or attack by nematodes can all cause Papaya trees to wilt. These spots enlarge and then cover the entire leaf area. Current Botany, 2(1): 43-44. PUSA DELICIOUS, 851_59 EFFECT OF BIO-FERTILIZERS ON HOMESTEAD FRUIT PRODUCTION OF PAPAYA CV. Fungal diseases are a major production problem for papayas which typically require frequent and large amounts of fungicides applied to orchards. Before sowing the seeds must be treated with the fungal culture of Trichoderma viride (3-4 g/kg of seed) or Captan (3 g/kg of seed) to protect the newly emerging seedlings. The-fungal diseases of papaya attacking in India are reviewed here. They can be difficult to grow as they’re sensitive to drought, cold temperatures, high winds, and shade. A disease of papaya that still causes significant yield losses is anthracnose. Hawai‘i, as a major papaya exporter, suffers losses of marketable fruit due to anthrac-nose, and post-harvest losses to the Aphids can be mainly controlled by the application of Carbofuran (1 kg a.i./ha) in the nursery bed at the time of sowing seeds followed by 2 to 3 foliar sprays of Phosphamidon (0.05%) at an interval of 10 days starting from 15 to 20 days after sowing. Fungal diseases constitute one of the main causes of losses during commercialization of tropical fruits. Dealing with black spot fungus in pawpaw / papaya. Papaya requires regular fertilizer applications to meet the nutrient requirements for Papaya fruit production. Papaya is mainly propagated from seed due to the labor involved in producing cuttings. Papaya (Carica papaya L.), is susceptible to a range of fungal pathogens (Nishijima, 1994). Small water-soaked lesions on the Papaya fruit during ripening later becoming circular sunken lesions with light brown margins. Resulting fruit can have poor flavour, a tougher texture and are more likely to develop secondary fungal rots or black spot (a common fungal disease in southern Queensland). Ilustrations above and below: Hawaiian payaya infected with Phytophtora parasitica, a fungal disease, discussed by Hine et als in Diseases of Papaya, cited below. Spray Nuvacuron (monocrotophos) 36 SL or Malathion 50 EC by 1 ml/liter before the virus attack, as soon as the young insects are seen. 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Symptoms – Chlorosis of young leaves; water-soaked spots on petioles and plant stems; petioles rigid, horizontal and shortened; thickened leaf blades that cup downward; internodes shorten and growth stops resulting in a bunchy appearance to the Papaya plant. Now, let us get into the details of Papaya pests and diseases. KESAR KING, 851_12 RCTP-1: A NEW HIGH YIELDING SELECTION OF PAPAYA FOR TRIPURA, 851_13 GENETICAL STUDIES IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_14 MUTAGENIC STUDIES IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_15 EFFECT OF EMS ON GERMINATION, GROWTH AND SENSITIVITY OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) CV. Important diseases in the field and storage, affecting papaya are powdery mildew, Phytophthora root rot, anthracnose, stem end rot, black spot disease and virus diseases like papaya ring spot and papaya leaf curl. It develops under a web between and around fruits and along stems of plants. Although it is classified as a shrub, papaya trees still have a significant canopy spread of about 5 to 7 feet because the leaves reach up to 3 feet long. Commercial papaya production has been hampered worldwide due to the high susceptibility of the crop to different fungal, viral, and bacterial diseases. Acta Hortic. Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. Management – Early detection of infected Papaya plants and prompt removal can check the spread of the disease. These fungicides are used with or without hot water treatment after fruit harvest. The plant leaves are reduced in size and show blister-like patches of dark-green tissue, alternating with the yellowish-green lamina. The disease symptoms begin as small, water-soaked spots on ripening fruit. Such planting configurations interfere with splash dispersal of the pathogen spores and thus reduce the population size of the pathogen. that the disease level in transgenic plants was reduced to 35% of the disease level in non-transformed control plants. Control – Good field sanitation such as removal and destruction of affected Papaya plant reduce the spread of the disease.A, losses can be minimized controlling the population of aphid. Evaluation on incidence and alternative management of post-harvest fungal diseases of papaya fruit Posted on August 3, 2017 by lockyervalley. A light yellow zone surrounds the spots and several lesions coalesce to cover large areas of the leaf and in severe infections, the whole leaf dies. Enter your International Society for Horticultural Science e-mail or user number. The spots become sunken, turn brown or black, and may get bigger. The plant leaves are palmately lobed, spirally arranged, and clustered at the growing tip of the trunk. The aphids are responsible for transmitting the disease and the disease symptoms appear on the top young leaves of the plants. The disease enters orchards from infected papaya leaves in adjacent orchards. RED LADY, 851_62 STUDIES ON THE EFFICACY OF PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING MICROBES AND VAM FUNGI WITH GRADED LEVELS OF PHOSPHORUS ON GROWTH, YIELD AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_63 EFFECT OF PHENOLICS ON MODIFICATION OF SEX EXPRESSION AND MODULATION OF LEAF PEROXIDASE IN PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.), 851_64 EFFECT OF PACLOBUTRAZOL (PP333) ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF FRUIT AND LATEX OF PAPAYA VAR. Blossom spot Choanephora cucurbitarum: Black rot Mycosphaerella caricae: Brown spot Corynespora cassiicola = Cercospora melonis The plant cant withstand its own weight and wind. You may also like Basic Steps of Organic Farming, Organic Farming Types. This disease control measures are seldom warranted, apart from general sanitary measures that are removal and destruction of disease crop debris. Cause – Disease caused by Rickettsia bacteria transmitted by leafhoppers. The stem becomes watery and shrinks, followed by death of the plant. fruits were analysed in relation to disease incidence and frequency of the pathogenic species for 6 months, in Pernambuco, Brazil. CO2, 851_48 IMPROVEMENT OF SEED GERMINATION AND SEEDLING GROWTH OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) THROUGH DIFFERENT PRE-SOWING SEED TREATMENTS, 851_49 INFLUENCE OF PRIMING TREATMENTS ON VIGOUR AND VIABILITY OF PAPAYA SEEDS, 851_50 STANDARDIZATION OF VARIABLES FOR ACCELERATED AGING OF PAPAYA SEEDS, 851_51 EFFECT OF DIFFERENT VARIETIES AND AGE OF FRUITS ON PAPAIN PRODUCTION IN PAPAYA, 851_52 BEHAVIOR OF THREE PAPAYA GENOTYPES PROPAGATED BY GRAFTING IN BRAZIL, 851_53 EFFECT OF DIFFERENT MICRONUTRIENTS ON GROWTH, YIELD AND QUALITY OF PAPAYA (CARICA PAPAYA L.) CV. 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