Sex Determination of Papaya Trees Now PossibleApril 17, 2019
This genetic discovery is good news for growers since it could help improve papaya production in controlled environments such as greenhouses. The researchers are now working on producing a clone of the candidate gene, which would be followed by a trial testing to determine its effectiveness.
For more details, read the news article in the Texas A&M University website.
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