The best climate for papaya is tropical with little winters and warm temperatures. Soil that does not hold water for only 48 hours, papaya can die, which is sufficiently dormant because papaya does not have a large root, does not leave the soil deep, during the hot sun the papaya should not be left for more than 8 weeks without water, even though it is ripe. If there is a drought then this increases the quality of papaya, including early rot in the market.
Papaya should be planted in low-lying areas because it is easily broken, if you plant papaya you will have to plant windbreaks around your garden, trees such as avocados, migravilea, leucaena Spp and mangoes. Make sure windbreaks are taller than 10 to 20 meters high.
Continuing to plant papaya in the same field can cause disease resistance, I recommend after 3 - 5 years to change this crop for at least one season to kill the disease cycle.
Peaches can be mixed with mangoes and citrus plants, as well as seasonal crops like maize, sorghum, sesame, sunflowers and vegetables can be cultivated.
Generally in papaya there are many male, female, and bisexual (multiplesex / hermaphrodite) papaya that have the longest papaya, and there are also vague ones with very short papaya.
Gather seeds from large and ripe pears, dry them well before sowing, if you find the seeds to buy better, after drying be sure to plant them within one week.
There are those who prefer to seed first and then transfer the seedlings to the field, the irrigation stage should be prepared two months in advance, the seeds should be planted to a depth of 1 - 2 centimeters under fertile soil or plastic packs, the ideal temperature is 21 to 27 degrees and it will take between 1 - 4 weeks for seed germination, for each pack put 2 - 3 seeds. Plant your seeds in the nursery at a distance of 3 centimeters from hole to hole and 15 centimeters between rows, make sure the water does not dry completely, you can also spray copper oxychloride one gram in a liter of water protected your seedlings and fungus.
Before sowing the seeds put a mixture of ashes and chicken manure in the planting material, the fertilizer helps to grow quickly and the ash helps to prevent papaya and disease. Plant 3 - 5 seeds in each hole because some seedlings may die from disease, be eaten by insects or germinate.
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Seedlings should be moved to the field at 20 - 40 centimeters, as the soil transfers water from the slopes 40 - 60 cm wide and the holes should be 45 cm wide and 30 centimeters deep and the hole should be mixed with soil and fertilizer without leaving a water filter. , the distance is 3 to 3 meters as the papaya needs enough sunlight.
REDUCE THE PAPERS
3 - 5 months after planting the papaya will flower and then the sex of the papaya will be recognized and the rest will have to be reduced, especially the male, the average papaya should not exceed 10 - 20% and the males remain one in every 25, the diseased plants also have to crocodile.
DUTY OF THE WALL
Apply 2 - 5 volumes of manure to each papaya per year to enhance growth and reproduction, plant residues can also be classified as mulch and h are most important during the dry season to prevent moisture loss.
As soon as the papaya is planted it can be placed around it to prevent weeds, weeds should be young and avoid digging too low as the roots of papaya are high, the best way is to place mulch across the field to prevent weeds.
Peaches should be monitored against disease, be scratched and burned or covered if they are exposed to disease, spray them with fungal and viral diseases as they emerge to increase your fertility and income.
Remove all the branches that appear on the side of your papaya, and this should be done well before the branch becomes large.
Get rid of any pests that are not properly polluted and leave only healthy ones
Set dependency trees as papaya will bear a lot of fruit and especially during high winds to prevent papaya from falling.
When papaya is maintained it can survive for many years, except for the best crop remove papaya and the other side every three (3) years since papaya is large then all the nutrients end up in the tree themselves