Question Red Lady Papaya 786

chandrusfarm

New Member
Hi All,
Need a information on Red Lady Papaya 786. Looking for below below mentioned information::

1. How many number of papayas can be produced in single plant?
2. What is the cost of seeds per 100 gms?
3. How many number of papaya plants can be planted in one Acre?
4. What is the market rate per k.g of Red lady papaya
5. What is the production of papaya per acre of land?
6. What are basic necessary care to be taken ?
7. When can we expect the first output ?
8. How long does one plant can produce papayas?
9. Is it worth exporting to outside India or sell to local market ?
10 What is the size of each papaya?

Please add any other information or your experience about Red Lady Papaya.

Thanks much
 
1. How many number of papayas can be produced in single plant?
60-70 depend on your care taking.
2. What is the cost of seeds per 100 gms?
Search to seeds sellers.
3. How many number of papaya plants can be planted in one Acre?
1000-1100.
4. What is the market rate per k.g of Red lady papaya ?
It is vary place to place, it will be better to go your local market for searching price.
5. What is the production of papaya per acre of land?
50-60 ton
6. What are basic necessary care to be taken ?
a. Irrigation Water should not be lodged on the field.
b. Proper manuring & fertgation is needed.
c. Supporting is needed to protect the plant from high wind.

7. When can we expect the first output ?
After 10 month
8. How long does one plant can produce papayas?
up to three years.
9. Is it worth exporting to outside India or sell to local market ?

10 What is the size of each papaya?
Average 1.35 kg

Please add any other information or your experience about Red Lady Papaya.
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chandrusfarm

New Member
Hi executivedirectoraci,
Thanks much for your quick reply. Appreciate !

I am new to this farming and planning to start farming with Red Lady. Is it advisable to start with Red Lady papaya ? I have around 5 acres of land. In South part of karnataka and I have medium water resources and take care of plans well. Wanted to know earnings per year/acre if everything goes well.

Hope there is good market for this. heard people will come and take it from field itself with good market.

All - Please share your experiences.. which will benefit others as well..

Thank you All
 

agrihortifarmer

New Member
Addition to the above questions, what are the precautions to be take care from virus/Diseases. What are the pesticontrol technics to be taken care ?
 
Dear Agrihortifarmers,

Thanks for your question. Generally, in papaya PRSV virus infestation has identified though red lady papaya is PRSV virus (Ring spot virus)resistance. So, normal pest control techniques has to maintain.
 

archidambaram

New Member
In Tamil Nadu, mealy bug is a big problem in papaya farms. It destroys the whole plant and it resists all known pesticides. Bug seems to be under control when pesticide is sprayd, but after 2-3 weeks, bugs multiply.

Agriculture university has produced a bio control measure to control this bug. You need to explore more on this before venturing into papaya cultivation.

Regards.
 

paponbiswas1980

New Member
Dear Md Sirajul Islam,

Many many thanks for your valuable info in redlady papaya. Very shortly we will contact you.

Thanks & Regards.
Papon Biswas.
 

chandrusfarm

New Member
Dear All,
Could someone let me know what is least/minimum amount can be expected if all care is taken care for 1 acre of land per year in Red Lady cultivation assuming all necessary care is taken.

Also kindly let me know any one who has cultivated Papaya Redlady in Karnataka near Mysore/Mandya/Bangalore Region. Would like to visit the farm and get their valuable experience and guidance.

Thank much for all the information.
 

pioneeragri

Active Member
If you are new to farming, please don't go with Papaya at first instance as this is a sensitive crop or you can experiment in smaller acreage first and after getting positive experience you can extend it to larger acreage. You can choose some easy crops to get farming experience first and then shift to risky crops. Red lady papaya is highly susceptible to mosaic, leaf curling and leather virus attack. You must also ensure if your soil is suitable for papaya cultivation or not. For more details and knowledge, you can contact me.

Dr Ubaid Khan, Ph.D. (Soil Science)
Senior Consultant
 
Dear Dr. Khan,

You are absolutely right that papaya is susceptible to mosaic virus but red lady papaya variety is mosaic (PRSV) virus resistance read in different journal.For your information I am giving here some quote of research paper on Papaya biology and biotechnology. Teixeira da Silva et al published in Global Science Book.Honestly, if you have any authentic report regarding this matter please post on Agri information site that will help the redlady growers and also who coming in the new venture.

Various PRSV tolerant papaya cultivars are available in
Florida-‘Cariflora’ (Conover et al. 1986), Thailand – ‘Thapra’
(Prasartsee et al. 1995), and Taiwan-‘Red Lady’ and
‘Known You No. 1’ (Story 2002). Tolerant selections may
become infected with the virus but remain symptomless or
show mild symptom expression and produce economically
useful yields (Gonsalves 1994). The horticultural characteristics
of these tolerant selections vary from the small (0.5-
0.75 kg) sweet yellow flesh fruits of ‘Cariflora’ to the larger
(1-3 kg), light to deep yellow-fleshed fruits of ‘Thapra’
(Prasartsee et al. 1995; Gonsalves et al. 2005) and ‘Known
You No. 1’, and red fleshed fruits of ‘Red Lady’ (Gonsalves
et al. 2005). The reactions of tolerant varieties to PRSV isolates
are also known to vary and depend on the challenge
virus strain. In one study with tolerant germplasm and
PRSV isolates from Jamaica, diverse reactions dependent
on the challenge isolate and disease pressure were observed
in infectivity assays under greenhouse conditions (Turner et
al. 2004). Useful reactions of no symptoms or mild symptom
expression were obtained with tolerant cultivars from
Taiwan (‘Red Lady’), Thailand (‘Thapra’) and Florida
(‘Cariflora’). In subsequent field evaluations, diverse reactions
were observed and included no foliar or fruit symptom
expression, mild foliar and some fruit symptom expression
and severe symptom expression on both foliage and fruits.
The varieties ‘Thapra’ and ‘Red Lady’ exhibited useful levels
of tolerance and good agronomic characteristics, such
as good skin and acceptable brixes
(Turner et al. 2004).

Resistance against PRSV has not been found in C. papaya.
However, much effort is being expended to introduce
resistance genes from other genera in the Caricaceae even
though the resistance appears to be variable and dependent
on the geographic origin of the virus and environmental
conditions (Gonsalves et al. 2005). In the 1960s and 1970s,
monogenic resistance against PRSV was identified in several
Vasconcella species; namely, V. cundinamarcensis (formerly
pubescens), V. stipulata, V. candicans, V. quercifolia,
and V. heibornii nm pentagona (Conover 1964; Mekako
and Nakasone 1975). Later research in the 1990s in Hawaii
involved interspecific crosses and employed in vitro embryo
rescue or ovule culture techniques in an attempt to rescue
hybrid embryos of nonviable seeds (Manshardt and
Wenslaff 1989). Regenerated F1s of C. papaya x V. cundinamarcensis
showed excellent field resistance to PRSV
while similarly grown commercial papaya were all infected
with the virus. However, the F1s were sterile and backcrosses
resulted in sesquidiploids with reduced resistance.
Similar studies in the 1990s in Australia have been conducted
with local varieties and V. cundinamarcensis and V.
quercifolia using refined protocols of hybridization and
embryo rescue (Magdalita et al. 1996, 1997, 1998; Drew et
al. 2006a). Seventy five to 100% of the hybrid progenies of
V. quercifolia and V. cundinamarcensis, respectively, were
resistant to PRSV. Backcross breeding was initiated with
hybrid progeny of V. quercifolia and in 2006, the first report
of a fertile backcross was published (Drew et al. 2006b).
BC1 and BC2 were generated in Australia and the Philippines.
Marketable fruits were obtained from BC2 trees. As
for the levels of resistance against PRSV, 13% of the BC2
plants remained symptomless under greenhouse conditions
and repeated inoculations with virus. On transfer to the field
in Australia, the asymptomatic plants, however, developed
symptoms of severe infection after 9 months. It was concluded
that more than one gene is responsible for resistance in
V. quercifolia. In later studies (Drew et al. 2007) using a
bulked segregant analysis strategy, a polymorphic randomly
amplified DNA fingerprint (RAF) marker was shown to be
linked to the PRSV-P resistant phenotype and was shown to
be present in other PRSV-P resistant Vasconcellea species.
It mapped to within 6.3 cM of the predicted PRSV-P resistance
locus. The RAF marker was converted into a co-dominant
CAPS marker, diagnostic for resistance based.

Thanks
 

redlady

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ring spot virus red lady papaya

Sorry for replying to an old thread.. We have cultivated red lady since August 2014 we have around 1800 plants in 4 acres, lot of rains when we first sowed seeds caused 3000 plants to reduce to 1800, our land has black soil mostly. I am seeing ring spot virus in our plants, i have attached pics..we put pesticide for it and now the flowers also are drying up early or turning into small papaya which don't grow big but nature early and falling off. Please advise help needed...
 

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seminaagro

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Red lady papaya

Hi All,
Need a information on Red Lady Papaya 786. Looking for below below mentioned information::

1. How many number of papayas can be produced in single plant?
2. What is the cost of seeds per 100 gms?
3. How many number of papaya plants can be planted in one Acre?
4. What is the market rate per k.g of Red lady papaya
5. What is the production of papaya per acre of land?
6. What are basic necessary care to be taken ?
7. When can we expect the first output ?
8. How long does one plant can produce papayas?
9. Is it worth exporting to outside India or sell to local market ?
10 What is the size of each papaya?

Please add any other information or your experience about Red Lady Papaya.

Thanks much
I would suggest to go for Red queen 19 which has very good productivity and free from ring spot virus. Red lady is GM variety therefore its proper source is quite difficult to get. We are already cultivating the Papaya variety Red queen 19 since last 4years and had a very good result altogether.
 

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