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(Papaya - 30) On 12 Dec 2010, Robert Magbanua sent us this photo and wrote: Hi Frank, Our 1-yr old papayas, which we planted in our yard in south Florida from the seeds of a papaya we purchased in a supermarket. have started to ripen. We let them fully ripen on the tree and harvest them when yellow. That way it is sweet and save space inside the house. We used to dig holes around them for organic trash like vegetable peelings and other compost materials. Papayas are great for the digestive system and if you are constipated these are natural laxatives. Bob

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