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History, Cultivation, and General Information

52 entries, sorted by author, then by year

 

Author: (no author listed)

Title: Corwin Davis -- Merit Award, 1984.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1984. (75th) p. 10-11. ill.


Author: (no author listed)

Title: What is a pawpaw.

Source: Farmers-Consum-Mark-Bull. Atlanta, Ga. : Department of Agriculture. Oct 3, 1984. v. 70 (40) p. 12.


Author: (no author listed)

Title: Be the first on your block to own a pawpaw tree (Nutritive value, persimmons, quinces, gooseberries)

Source: Prevent, Feb 1976, 28 (2) : 118-121, 124-125.


Author: Barrett, T.

Title: The pawpaw a checkered past and promising future.

Source: Small-farm-today. Columbia, Mo.: Missouri Farm Publishing Inc. June 1994. v. 11 (3) p. 55-56.


Author: Bonnerk, F. T.; Halls, L.K.

Title: Asimina Adans. -- pawpaw. (Seed production)

Source: Agric-Handb-U-S-Dep-Agric, 1974, 450: 238-239.


Author: Callaway, M.B.; Callaway, D.J.

Title: Our native pawpaw: the next new commercial fruit?

Source: Arnoldia. Jamaica Plain, Mass.: Arnold Arboretum. Fall 1992. v. 52 (3) p. 29-29.


Author: Callaway, M. Brett.

Title: The pawpaw (Asimina triloba).

Source: Frankfort, Ken.: Kentucky State Univ., 1990. ii, 22 p.: ill.


Author: Callaway, M.B.

Title: The pawpaw.

Source: Annu-rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1992. (83rd) p. 106-119.


Author: Callaway, M.B.

Title: Current research for the commercial development of pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal].

Source: HortScience. Alexandria, Va.: American Society for Horticultural Science. Feb 1992. v. 27 (2) p. 90, 191.


Author: Cherry, J.P.; Duncan, N.

Title: Adopting a horticultural orphan: Research efforts to domesticate the pawpaw, Asimina triloba, United States.

Source: Agric-Res-U-S-Dep-Agric-Res-Serv. Washington, D.C. : The Administration. apr 1983. v. 31 (10) p. 7. ill.


Author: Clark, P.

Title: Espaliering the cherimoya.

Source: J-Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow. Fullerton, Calif. : California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1989. v. 21 p. 1-4.


Author: Clift, C.

Title: Experience with rootstocks of Annonaceae, Sapotaceae and Moraceae by the Rare Fruit Council, International (Miami Chapter).

Source: Proc-Am-Woc-Hortic-Sci-Trop-Reg-Annu-Meet. (v.p.) : The Society. 1983. v. 27 (pt.A) p. 53-56.


Author: Clift, C.

Title: A survey of the potential for breeding in the Annonaceae family

Source: Fruit-Var-J, Apr 1977, 31 (2) : 45-47. Ref.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Pawpaw.

Source: Annu-rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1992. (83rd) p. 105.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: What's new in pawpaws.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn. : The Association. 1985. (76th) p. 31.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: The Paw Paw in southern Michigan (Asimina triloba).

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton : California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1982. v. 14 p. 38-41.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Update on papaws Asimina triloba.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. s.l., The Association. 1979. (70th) p. 82-84.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Pawpaw and problems (as an ornamental plant).

Source: North-Am-Pomona, Fall 1977, 10 (4) : 216-217.


Author: Davis, C.

Title: Pawpaws. (Culture)

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc, 1973, 64th: 17-18.


Author: Duckworth, B.R.

Title: The Paw Paw in Ohio (Annonaceae).

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton: California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1982. v. 14 p. 44-45.


Author: George, A.P.; Nissen, R.J.

Title: Effects of cincturing, defoliation and summer pruning on vegetative growth and flowering of custard apple (Annona cherimola X Annona squamosa) in subtropical Queensland.

Source: Aust-J-Exp-Agric. Melbourne : Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. 1987. v. 27 (6) p. 915-918.


Author: Greller, A.M.; Buegler, R.; Johnson, E.; Matarazzo, R.; Anderson, K.

Title: Two unusual plant communities in Totenville, Staten Island, New York, with Celtis occidentalis and Asiminia triloba.

Source: Bull-Torrey-Bot-Club. Bronx, N.Y. : The Club. Oct/Dec 1992. v. 119 (4) p. 446-457.


Author: Jagadeesh, A.

Title: Some plants to promote afforestation and their multiple uses.

Source: Stud-Environ-Sci. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publilshing Co. 1984. v. 25 p. 227-232.


Author: Jagadeesh, A.

Title: Pollution-free pesticides.

Source: Stud-Environ-Sci. Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co. 1984. v. 25 p. 679-682.


Author: Jones, C.A.

Title: First record of pawpaw consumption by the Florida mouse.

Source: Fla-Sci. Orlando, Fla.: Florida Academy of Sciences. Winter 1989. v. 51 (1) p. 7.


Author: Kral, R.

Title: Annonaceae: Asimina tetramera Small (Endangered species, shrubs or trees of sandscrub in southeastern Florida).

Source: Tech-Publ-R8-TP-USDA-For-Serv-South-Reg. (Atlanta, Ga.) : The Region. Mar 1983. (2, pt.1) p. 448-451. maps.


Author: Layne, D.R.

Title: Development of Pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal] as a New Fruit Crop

Source: 87th Ann. Rpt. N. Nut Growers Assoc. 1996.


Author: Layne, D.R.

Title: The pawpaw [Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal]: A new fruit crop for Kentucky and the United States

Source: HortScience, Vol. 31(5):777-784, September 1996.


Author: Layne, D.R.

Title: The All-American pawpaw. Part 1: Revival efforts may bear much 'fruit'.

Source: The Fruit Gardener magazine. May/June Issue. p.12-14. 1996.


Author: Layne, D.R.

Title: The All-American pawpaw. Part 2: Research, cultivation, and the future

Source: The Fruit Gardener magazine, July/August Issue p.6-9, 26. 1996.


Author: Lerner, B. Rosie, 1956; Netzhammer, Beverly S., 1963

Title: Possum in the pawpaw tree : a seasonal guide to midwestern gardening.

Source: West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, c1994. Xiv, 308 p. ill.


Author: Mansell, T.

Title: Pickin' up pawpaws.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1989. (80th) p. 49-51.


Author: Mansell, T.

Title: Self-rooting paw paws Asimina triloba, varieties.

Source: North-Am-Pomona. Madisonville, Ky., North American Fruit Explorers Winter 1979. v. 12 (1) p. 47-48.


Author: Mansell, T.

Title: Evaluating the pawpaw

Source: North-Am-Pomona, Summer 1977, 10 (3) : 155-159.


Author: Martinez, D.

Title: Pawpaws could become the fruit of the future.

Source: Farmline-U-S-Dep-Agric-Econ-Res-Serv. Washington, D.C.: The Service. May 1989. v. 10 (5) p. 16-17.


Author: McKay, J-W.

Title: Variation in papaw (Asimina triloba)

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc, 1975, 66th: 53-55. Ref.


Author: Murzova, R.M.

Title: Asimina triloba Rare fruit crop, cultivation, chemical composition of fruit.

Source: Sadovodstvo. Moskva, "Kolos". July 1981. (7) p. 28. ill.


Author: Norris, S.

Title: Producing seedless papaws.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1985. (76th) p. 169-172.


Author: Peterson, R.N.

Title: Pawpaw (Asimina)

Source: Acta-Hortic. Wageningen: International Society for Horticultural Science. [1990?] . (290) p. 569-600.


Author: Peterson, R.N.

Title: Research on the pawpaw (Asimina triloba) at the University of Maryland.

Source: Annu-Rep-North-Nut-Grow-Assoc. Hamden, Conn.: The Association. 1986. (77th) p. 73-78.


Author: Popenoe, J.

Title: Status of Annona culture in South Florida.

Source: Proc-Fla-State-Hortic-Soc, 1974 (Pub. Mar 28, 1975), 87 : 342-344.


Author: Raloff, J.

Title: Look what's hidden in the pawpaw.

Source: Sci-News-Washington. [Washington, D.C.: Science Service]. Feb 29, 1992. v. 141 (9) p. 143.


Author: Reich, L.

Title: Native American fruits.

Source: Org-Gard. Emmaus, Pa.: Rodale Press, Inc. Feb 1992. v. 39 (2) p. 52, 54-57.


Author: Reich, L.

Title: Under the leaves, uncommon fruit.

Source: N-Y-Times. (New York, N.Y. : H.J. Raymond & Co.). Mar 10, 1991. p. 20.


Author: Rogstad, S.H.; Wolff, K.; Schaal, B.A.

Title: Geographical variation in Asimina triloba Dunal (Annonaceae) revealed by the M13 "DNA fingerprinting" probe.

Source: Am-J-Bot. Columbus, Ohio: Botanical Society of America. Oct 1991. v. 78 (10) p. 1391-1396.


Author: Saavedra, E.

Title: Set and growth of Annona cherimola Mill. fruit obtained by hand-pollination and chemical treatments.

Source: J-Am-Soc-Hortic-Sci. Mount Vernon, Va., The Society. Sept 1979. v. 104 (5) p. 668-673 ill.


Author: Sanewski, Garth, 1957-

Title: Custard apples: cultivation and crop protection. 2nd ed.

(subtitle) Queensland Department of Primary Industries information series ; QI90031.

Source: Brisbane : Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries, c1991. xvi, 103 p., (16) p. of plates : ill. (some col.)


Author: Sansregret, J.

Title: The curious pawpaw

Source: Amer-Forests, Apr 1971, 77 (4) : 37.


Author: Stevenson, P.

Title: A passion for the pawpaw.

Source: Am-For. Washington, D.C.: American Forestry Association. Mar/Apr 1990. v. 96 (3/4) p. 40-49. ill.


Author: Sweet, C.

Title: Cherimoya nursery stock.

Source: Calif-Grow. Fallbrook, Calif. : The Tanis Group, Inc. June 1990. v. 14 (6) p. 32-33.


Author: Sweet, C.

Title: Establishing a cherimoya grove.

Source: Calif-Grow. Fallbrook, Calif. : The Tanis Group, Inc. Apr 1990. v. 14 (4) p. 26-29.


Author: Thomson, P.H.

Title: The Paw Paw (Asimina triloba, culture, North America, history, varieties).

Source: Calif-Rare-Fruit-Grow-Yearb. Fullerton: California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. 1982. v. 14 p. 5-31.


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