how to grow a papaya tree from a branch?

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Answered: Fruit producing papaya trees

A papaya has to produce flower buds before it can make fruit. The one without the buds will produce them eventually. http://botanical-journeys-plant-guides.com/papaya-tree-care.html PR: wait... I: wait... L: wait... LD: wait... I: wait... wait... Rank: wait... Traffic ...

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There is more than one flavor of maple tree.

Answered: Tree growing from a seed

Hi, Better buy a young plant. You can try to start from a seed but you have no guarantee if you succeed to grow it and get fruits. However, put the seed in a put with special "growing mixtures".... add some compost. Water it regularly (extra amounts) untill you see the first shoots.... Support it ...

Answered: I have just cut down a small tree (deciduous ...

Hi, from my experience with trees, you will most likely get sprouts off the trunk ( possibly roots ) the following spring. If its that close to the house, it needs to be removed anyway for I've seen roots severely damage house foundations. If its small enough, you could feasabily dig up the root ...
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What is the saw called that cuts tree branches?

It could be any of several kinds of saw. A pruning saw (sometimes called a lopping or lopper saw) is often used for small branches and twigs. See first comment for a picture. A bow saw is commonly used also. See second comment for a picture. For larger branches, a chainsaw, either electric or ...

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Hi Diane. I recommend going to your local Lowe's or Home Depot and asking someone in the nursery department. Good luck!