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02/11/2017

Daily One Liner Questions-64 (PAPAYA)

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PAPAYA


Questions Answers
1 Botanical name ? Carica papaya
2 Family ?(www.agriexam.com) Caricaceae
3 Origin ? Tropical America  
(Mexico)
4 Chromosome number? 2n=18
5 Suitable climate? Tropical
6 Papaya fruit type? Berry
7 Inflorescence known as ? Cymose
8 Edible part ? Mesocarp
9 Yellow colour in papaya due to ? Caricaxanthin
10 Papaya plant susceptible for ? 1)Water logging
2)Frost
11 Papaya plant ? Day neutral plant, Dioecious,
Polygamous,
Cross pollinated
12 Papaya commercially propagated by ? Seed
13 Seed rate? Gynodioecious-250-300 gram

Dioecious 400-500 gram
14 Papaya seed in 1 gram ? 20 seed
15 Planting time ?
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July-August
Sep.-Oct.
Feb.-March



Questions Answers
16 Planting distance ? 2.5M×2.5M
17 Which variety suitable for high density planting? Pusa Nanha
18 Recommended spacing for Pusa Nanha ? 1.25M×1.25M
(6000 plant/ha)
19 Gynodioecious varieties?
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Pusa delicious,
Pusa Majesty,
CO-3, Surya,
Taiwan,Sunrise solo,
Coorg Honey Dew
20 Delicious varieties? Pusa giant
Pusa dwarf
Pusa Nanha
CO-1,2,6,5,6
21 Hybrid varieties? CO-3 CO-4
CO-7
22 Best papaya varieties for papain? Pusa Majesty
CO-2,5,6
23 Male plant planted in delicious varieties ? 10%
24 Which alkalide found in papaya ? Papain
25 Enzyme present in dried latex of papaya(Papain) ? Papasin
26 Protein present in papain ? 72.2%
27 How much Papain optain from one papaya plant approx? 25 gram
28 Suitable irrigation method ? Ring method
29 TSS in papaya ? 13-14° Brix
30 Serious diseases of papaya?
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Damping off
Leaf curl
Root rot
Mosaic
31 Insect pest? Red Spider
White-fly
Aphid
32 When does flowering and fruit start in papaya? 1-1½ year After planting
33 Maximum production and area of papaya ? India
33 Maximum production and area of papaya in india? Andhra pradesh

1 comment:

Mr. Singh said...

Dioecious not delicious sir ji


Nice post very helpful for agri students