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Dwarf Papaya growing and blooming under grow lights

Posted by arctictropical Z4 (My Page) on
Sun, May 4, 14 at 17:24

Here are a couple pics of dwarf papaya plants that I have successfully grown and got to bloom under high intensity grow lights this Winter/Spring. I took the plants outside just to take the pictures. It is still too cold to leave them outside here in Northern Utah. Even last week it was 25 degrees outside one evening. Grow lights work!

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I'm even getting some fruit! I have two males and one female plant. Too bad I don't have one male and two female plants.

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RE: Dwarf Papaya growing and blooming under grow lights

Wow! That's incredible. Could you share a pic of the set up they were growing in so we can learn from you? Thanks.


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RE: Dwarf Papaya growing and blooming under grow lights

Here' some updated pics of the female papaya since this Spring when I brought it outside from being under the grow lights all winter. I've kept it outside since the danger of frost passed. The fruit is growing quite well. When frost hits, this plant will go back under the grow lights to ripen. treehugger100, I have included a pic of two batteries of my high intensity grow lights.

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