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  1. #1 Valuable Information on Red Lady Papaya Cultivation Practices! 
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    Dear Agri Entreprenurs,

    Due to the handsome income in very short term and due to the high market potentiality many farmers are turning to the cultivation of Papaya especially Red Lady variety which is imported from TAIWAN.

    Keeping new entrants expectations, we prepared a Detailed Information Report on Papaya. It is very useful to the farmers who are first time cultivating Papaya and for the farmers who are already into cultivation of Papaya. The very detailed information provided in the file is helpful to the farmers. We covered many points in this file. It is a must to keep, one copy of this Information file for all the farmers into Papaya cultivation and who are proposing to cultivate Papaya. It is a BRIEF information file in 28 pages in pdf form. The covered topics in the file are as follows ..........

    1. INTRODUCTION TO PAPAYA
    2. ABOUT RED LADY PAPAYA
    3. SUITABLE AGRO CLIMATIC & SOIL CONDITIONS TO PAPAYA
    4. RAISING SEEDLINGS
    5. TRANSPLANTATION
    6. FERTILISATION
    7. BIOFERTILIESERS
    8. OTHER APPLICATIONS
    9. WEED CONTROL
    10. IRRIGATION
    11. OTHER MANAGEMENT
    12. HAREST
    13. VIRUS MANAGEMENT
    14. PEST & DISEASE MANAGEMENT & CONTROL
    The file contains Very Valuable information about Papaya cultivation. It is better to know more about the LUCRATIVE CROP of Papaya before doing cultivation. You can place order for this VALUABLE informative article by paying Rs.150/-. If interested please remit the amount into the State Bank of India, SB A/c. No. 300 406 404 95. A/c. Holder name: N. RAGHU RAM. Branch : HYDERABAD-62. After remiting the amount into above account, please inform us by mail. Send your email address. We will send you the copy of the same as e mail attachment.

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    Raghu Ram
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  2. #2 SEeds 

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    Sir,

    Can u HElp us in getting original seeds of red lady papaya 785 vareirty.

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    Abdul Razak
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  3. #3 papaya 

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    Dear Sir

    I am interested in papaya cultivation, so please send the Project report of papaya cultivation.

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    Kuldip
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  4. #4 Remit the amount. 
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    Dear Mr. Kuldip,

    Please remit the amount into our account as informed in the posting. Then contact us.

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    Raghu Ram

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    Dear Sir

    I am interested in papaya cultivation, so please send the Project report of papaya cultivation. singh_kuldip@gmail.com

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    Kuldip

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  5. #5 papaya cultivation project report 

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    Dear Sir

    I am interested in papaya cultivation, so please send the Project report of papaya cultivation.

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    Anil desai
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  6. #6 Papaya Info! 
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    Dear Mr. Anil Desai,

    Please remit the amount into our account as informed in the posting. Then contact us.


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    Raghu Ram



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    Dear Sir

    I am interested in papaya cultivation, so please send the Project report of papaya cultivation.

    Thanks
    Anil desai

    M/s. Sampada Farms & Consultants, 405-Panchaseela Towers, Park Lane, M G Road, SECUNDERABAD-3. Andhra Pradesh. //tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/AgriWealthINDIA/ Mbl:0 9848203647, Ph. 040 64641344
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    Raghu Ram: I am going to remit Rs. 150 to you today by bank transfer. I need to know the name of the branch and full address of the SBI Branch. Also confirm it is a savings or current a/c. For on line transfer I require MICR Number of your branch also.

    Tks..Renganathan Narayanan
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  8. #8 Do you have any report on Herbal Farming ? 

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    Do you have any report on Herbal Farming ?

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  9. #9 walking tractor,power tiller 8-22HP 

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  10. #10 Growing papaya-do it yourself part-1 

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    Papaya, papaw or papita (Carica papaya L.) originated from tropical America, has become a popular fruit due to its fast growth, high yield, long fruiting period and high nutrient value as well. In addition, it has been used as vegetable, fruit processing and papain production at immature stage. It can be a highly profitable crop now.
     
    The papaya plant has male, female, hermaphrodite (bisexual flower) and some other complex forms. Male plants do not bear any fruit. Normally, the fruit shape from female plant is shorter, but the fruit shape from hermaphroditic plant is longer. The seeds of following varieties we offer will grow in mixture of female plants and hermaphrodite plants.

    I. VARIETY

    A. KNOWN-YOU NO.1 :
    Tolerant to papaya ring spot virus. Plants are thick, sturdy, early
    and heavy yielding. Yellow-fleshed fruit is large, weighing about 1.6 - 3 kg. Sugar content
    is 12% and good taste.
    B. RED LADY :
    Early, vigorous, productive and tolerant to papaya ring spot virus. Plants
    begin to bear fruits at 80 cm height and normally have over 30 fruits per plant in each fruit-
    setting season. Fruits are short-oblong on female plants and rather long shaped on bisexual
    plants, weighing about 1.5 - 2 kg. Flesh is thick, red, 13% in sugar content and aromatic.
    Good shipper.
    C. SUNRISE:
    Fruits are small, pear shaped, red fleshed, very high sugar content and aromatic, high quality,
    weighing about 400 grams.
    D. TAINUNG NO. 1:
    Plants are vigorous and prolific. Fruits weigh about 1.1 kg, with red
    flesh and good aroma.
    E. TAINUNG NO. 2:
    Fruits with pointed blossom end weigh about 1.1 kg. Flesh is orange red, tender with good
    taste and quality. Suitable for local market.
    G. TAINUNG NO.3:
    Plants are dwarf but with good growth. Fruits are larger than TAINUNG NO.1 and
    weigh about 1.3 Kg. Flesh is yellow-orange, sweet and good quality.

    II. CLIMATE AND SOIL CONDITIONS

    Papaya is a tropical plant, very sensitive to frost. Optimum temperature is 25-30° C and minimum 16°C. The suitable ph value is between 6 and 6.5. The well drained or sandy loam soil with adequate organic matter is most important for the papaya cultivation. In high rainfall area, if drainage is poor and roots are continuously drenched for 24 to 48 hours, it may cause the death of the plants. Sticky and calcareous soils are not good as rain water may accumulate in the soil even only for a few hours. In this case, higher raised bed and drainage ditch are recommended.

    The growing field should be irrigable and kept at suitable soil moisture which is necessary for the growth of papaya plants, although dry climate at the time of ripening is good for the fruit quality. Continuous cropping in the same field may result to poor growth and cause disease problem of papaya trees. Papaya does not like strong, cool, hot, dry or salty wind. It is better to grow in sheltered but full sunshine place. Staking and/or windbreak can decrease the damage to plants under strong wind.

    III RAISING SEEDLINGS

    A Seed source:
    The seed must be from dependable source and sown as soon as possible. The remaining seeds
    must be sealed tightly and kept at cool (5-10° C) and dry (under relative humidity 40%) place.
    B. Seed requirement:
    One gram contains about 50-80 seeds, mostly 65-75 seeds. It needs 50 to 80 g seeds per hectare [NB-JDK-20 TO 32 GM PER ACRE]
    at one plant per hill at average of 80% seed germination and 80% successful seedling.
    C . Growing season:
    The time of sowing depends upon the choice of fruiting season and danger of rain or frost.
    In northern part of Taiwan, (around N 24 ) seeds are sown from March to May and transplanted
    from May to July. In central and south areas (around N 22 , 23 ), seeds are sown almost all year round,
    but optimum season is from February to March (Spring) or from September to November (Autumn).
    D. Seed germination:
    The optimum temperature of germination is 21-27° C, and of radical emergence is 19-29 °C.
    It take 1-4 weeks from sowing to emerge depending on the temperature. The seed may be
    treated with Thiram (TMTD)W.P. before sowing to control the fungus diseases at young stage.
    E. Sowing method:
    It may be sown directly, but normally, it is better to be seeded to raise seedlings and transplanted.
    1. Plastic bag or soft plastic pot sowing :
    Transparent plastic bag in 8-9 cm wide and 8cm high or black soft plastic pot is used for raising seedlings. Drainage hole is required. Then fill with the mixture of sandy loam virgin soil and sand at the ratio 3:1. Sow 1 or 2 seeds each bag (pot) and cover with well fermented compost, then water fully. Cover the bags (pots) with plastic film or thatch such as straw sheets or used jute bags to keep warm and wet till emergence. Meanwhile, keep the air fresh and moist, and then remove the cover gradually for fitting the seedlings under the sunshine.
    2. Seedling tray sowing:
    The use of plastic seedling tray is a new way of seedling culture to obtain the healthy seedlings which are easy for transporting and transplanting. The tray size may be 74 to 82 holes at 4.5 cm each in diameter. Fill the prepared media in the holes, sow 1 or 2 seed per hole, and cover a layer of media. Other procedures are similar to the plastic bag (pot) sowing.
     
    For purposes of controlling aphid, viral infection, rain and wind protection, and maintaining tolerable temperature during seedling stage, it is required to use screen house, greenhouse or tunnel covered with 0.07-0.10 mm plastic film or 32-mesh net. Black plastic net is also usually used for shading. During the seedling stage, semi-humid environment is preferred. For better aeration, the film may be covered during the cool night or heavy rain period and opened in the warm day time. The site of the bag, pot or tray should be changed if the roots of seedling penetrate into the soil. In this way, it will induce more new roots and healthy seedlings.
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