ADVANCES IN CONTROL OF POST-HARVEST DISEASES OF PAPAYA FRUIT- A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1354 | Page : 194 - 202
Citation :- ADVANCES IN CONTROL OF POST-HARVEST DISEASES OF PAPAYA FRUIT- A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31):194 - 202
Pooja Singh pooja.ddu@gmail.com
Address : Department of Botany, DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 273 009, India

Abstract

Papaya (Carica papaya L.) family – Caricaceae is a tropical fruit. Out of 48 species of
genus Carica edible fruits are obtained only from Carica papaya L. Fruit is grown largely for the
fresh market with small amount processed into juices and other processed foods. However it is
interesting to note that during post harvest stage almost 20-30% of produce is lost. Post-harvest
deterioration of papaya is a microbiological process; the fruit becomes target of several pathogens
in the market thus decreasing its acceptability and shelf life. The present account chiefly deals
with post-harvest management of papaya by physical, chemical, biological and botanical means
and its future prospects. Alternative and integrative strategies like use of biological antagonists,
sustainable natural compounds, controlled atmosphere storages are need of the day.

Keywords

Papaya Post-harvest preservation MAP Botanicals Biological control.

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