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Pawpaw - Educational Videos

 
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General description of pawpaw fruit and the tree. Also has some history tidbits.



Good flavor description of a particular wild strain.



Another general description, but contains more information regarding harvesting.



Threw this in because of additional harvesting information. Highlights are the pawpaws 4 week shelf life when properly harvested.



Link to brief pdf by Ohio State University.
http://www.ohiopawpaw.com/Handling.pdf
 
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Another link.

http://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/pawpaw.html

If anyone has some seeds that they can send me I would love to see if they would grow in my area.
 
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Wyomiles, My PDC instructor had a Paw Paw in Johnson, Vermont, zone 4 I think.
 
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Cool ! I will put that on my list for sure then.
 
Hey, sticks and stones baby. And maybe a wee mention of my stuff:
September-October Homestead Skills Jamboree 2019
https://permies.com/wiki/118704/permaculture-projects/September-October-Homestead-Skills-Jamboree
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