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Table of papaya varieties PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 10:01

Variety

 

Country

 

Color

 

Creation/Origin

 

Description

 


Bettina or Petersen

Australia

Well-colored

A hybrid of Florida's 'Betty' and a Queensland strain.

Round-oval fruits weighing 1.40-2.30 kg.

Cariflora

USA

 

Developed at the Tropical Research and Education Center of the University of Florida at Homestead.

Almost round, about cantaloupe size. Flesh is thick, from dark-yellow to light-orange.

CO.1

 Carica Papaya L.

India

Green-yellow with sparse yellow stripes

A selection from cultivar Ranchi, by TNAU, Coimbatore.

Medium-sized, spherical. Skin is smooth. Flesh is orange-yellow, soft, firm, moderately juicy, keeps well.

CO.2

Carica Papaya L.

India

Green with sparse broad yellow stripes

A selection purified from a local type at Agricultural College and Research Institute, Coimbatore.

Medium-sized, obovate, ridged at the apex. Flesh is red, soft to firm, moderately juicy, keeps well.

CO.3

 Carica Papaya L.

India

Green with slight yellow tint

A hybrid (CO. 2 x Sunrise Solo).

Larger than Solo. Weight varies from 1-1.5 kg. Keep well. A tree yields 100-120 fruits in two years.

CO. 4

Carica Papaya L.

India

Green with yellow spots

A hybrid from a cross between CO.1 (female parent) and Washington (male parent)

Medium, weight – 1.2 kg – 1.5 kg. Flesh is yellow with a purple touch.

CO. 5

 Carica Papaya L.

India

Green with sparse yellow

A selection from Washington.

Average yield is 1,500-1,600 kg dried papain/ha.

CO. 6 Carica Papaya L

India

Green with sparse yellow

From a giant papaya selection

Medium sized, yellow fleshed.

CO. 7

Carica Papaya L.

India

Green with sparse yellow tint

Parents: Pusa Delicious, CO.3, CP. 75 and Coorg Honey Dew.

Oblong. Flesh is red, firm.

Higgins

formerly Line 17A

USA

Orange-yellow

Originated in 1960 as a result of crosses.

Average weight is 0.45 kg. Pyriform. Flesh is deep-yellow. Without irrigation the fruit is undersized.

Hortus Gold

South Africa

Golden-yellow

Launched in the early 1950's

Round-oval with a slight beak at the apex. It has a sweet flavor and a good texture but becomes mushy when overripens. Late season.

Hybrid No. 5

Australia

Yellow

'Bettina 100A' x 'Petersen 170' crossed in 1947.

Smooth, rounded-oval. Flesh is dense with an excellent flavor.

IIHR39 and IIHR54

India

Green

Originated at IIHR, Bangalore.

 

Medium sized sweet fruit (14.5° Brix) has a good shelf life.

Kamiya

USA

Greenish-yellow

A selection from Waimanalo, a release of University of Hawaii.

Small to medium-size.  Blocky-shaped with a very short neck. Flesh is the same color as the skin, firm, juicy, and very sweet. High yield.

Kapoho Solo

 Puna Solo

USA

Yellow

Cultivated in Hawaii.

Pyriform, weighing 400-800 g. Flesh is deep-yellow to pale-orange with a pleasant peach-melon taste.

Laie Gold

USA

Greenish-yellow

Hybrid originated from a cross between ‘Kamiya’ and an unknown variety.

Similar to Kamiya in color of skin and flesh, sweet and moderately solid.

Rainbow

USA

Greenish-yellow turns to yellow as it ripens.

It is a genetically developed variety resistant to the ring spot virus disease.

Flesh is golden-yellow.

Ranchi

India

Greenish-yellow

Originated from Bihar and popular in south India.

Oblong. Flesh is dark yellow and sweet.

Solo

Barbados

 

From Barbados in 1911. Acquired its name in 1919.

Fruit is round. Skin is smooth. Flesh is firm, reddish-orange, and very sweet.

Sunrise

Sunup

USA

Greenish-yellow which ripens into yellow.

Originated from Hawaii, genetically developed of the red-flesh variety resistant to the ring spot virus disease.

Also called “strawberry” papaya. Flesh is juicy, red-orange.

Sunset

 (Sunset Solo)

USA

Orange-red

Originated at the University of Hawaii.

Solo type. Small to medium-sized, pyriform. Flesh is the same color as the skin, very sweet. High yield

Taiwan-785

 

Taiwan

Green

Cultivated for table and processing purposes.

Fruits are oblong. Flesh is thick, orange red, and sweet. Each tree yields 100-125 fruits in one year. It keeps well and disease tolerant.

Taiwan-786

Taiwan

Green

A gynodioecious variety cultivated for table and processing purposes.

Oblong. Flesh is tasty, sweet, with few seeds.

The fruit weigh varies between 1 and 3 kg and keeps well.

Vista Solo

USA

Yellow

Originated by Ralph Corwin in Vista, California.

Medium to large fruit. Flesh is orange to yellow-orange. Hardy and compact.

Waimanalo

 formerly 'Solo' Line 77

USA

Green

Selected in 1960 by the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station in 1968.

Round with a short neck, average weight 16 to 39 ounces. Skin is smooth, and glossy, cavity star-shaped. Flesh is thick, dense, orange-yellow in color, of high flavor and quality, keeps well.

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