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Dioecious papayas were introduced shortly after Cook's 1778 discovery of Hawai'i but were supplanted for commercial uses by the gynodioecious solo papaya brought from the Caribbean in 1911. Growth of a local papaya industry based on hermaphrodite plants was enabled by research allowing prediction...

Manshardt, R.
American Society for Horticultural Science, Alexandria, USA
HortScience, 2012, 47, 10, pp 1399-1404