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The Amazing Paw-Paw tree

This tree has a speical feature, it grows fruit. These friuts look like short fat bananas. What a Fruit!

nina z

on 21 October 2012

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By Audrey, Nina, and Grace The Paw-Paw tree has many diseases and pests. Some pests that bother the Paw-Paw tree are: Leaf Roller Larvae. These guys eat and destroy the leaves. Which makes the leaf brown and crumple. Parasa Indetermina, the Stinging Rose caterpillar. The Stinging Rose caterpillar eats the leaves, but thankfully they are not as bad as the Leaf Roller Larvae. Eurytides Marcellus,the Zebra Swalltail butterfly. These butterflies might look pretty but, they feed on young Paw-Paw foilage. Some diseases that the Paw-Paw tree have are: Paw-Paw tree, Paw-Paw tree what do you do for me? Your fruit ends my hunger with the mix of a banana and apple. Your fruit is so very soft and very thin skinned. Your leaves can shade me in the hot, hot sun. Your branches are homes to baby birds and their families. You also save lives by curing cancer. Paw-Paw tree, Paw-Paw tree what do you do for me? This is a poem we wrote about the Paw-Paw tree: The Amazing Paw-Paw Tree! Sometimes brown spots occur on the Paw-Paw tree in humid conditions. Paw-Paw trees can't handle very humid invorerments this just adds to the problem. There are diffrent sizes of Paw-Paw trees. Like... medium... small... A disease found in Pacific Northwest. The bark lesions which shows blue streaking when cut open. Most Paw-Paw trees that get this die. The Paw-Paw tree has a speical reason for living in Ohio. They like it here because of the warm summers and cold winters. They also like a lot of rain, but mainly in growing season. Our soil is also speical because it is just a tiny bit acid which the Paw-Paw tree loves. The Paw-Paw tree's flowers are a dark brown and velvty. A single flower can produce several fruits.the upsidedown fower is about two inches across. the leaves devolp in the previous year. Bibliography http://www.blossomnursery.com/pawpaw_TREE_&_FRUIT.html and LARGE... The Paw-Paw tree's botanical name is Asimina Tribola. Another botanical name is Annona Incama. It was given to the Paw-Paw tree in 1776 by William Bartman. The botanical name of the Paw-Paw tree means that is native to the eastern part of the U.S. The Paw-Paw tree's flower's bud is a velvty dark brown. The flowers develop in the previous year. Each upsidedown flower is up to two inches across. Every flower can produce several fruits. Hi The Paw-Paw tree has a fruit too. The name of the fruit is Carica papaya or just Papaya. The taste tastes like a mix of a type of apple called the May-apple and banana. Each individual fruit weighs 5-16 ounces. The length of the fruit is 3-6 inches in length. The larger sizes of the fruit appears plump like a mango. Usally it has 10-14 seeds in two rows. The seeds are brownish blackish. They look like lima beans. The length of the seed is half to one and and a half inch. The ripe fruit is soft and thinned skinned. It is the largest edible fruit native to America. It can also cure cancer. NASTY! This fruit may not look the most appetizing, but remeber don't judge a book by it's cover. If you like apples and bananas you will love this fruit. Because animals and humans can eat the fruit that is part of the realtionship between the Paw-Paw tree and humans and animals. The Paw-Paw Trees are in
half of America. From Texas to the Great Lakes down to the East Coast and to Floida. These are pictures of the Paw-Paw tree in all four seasons and how it changes to the weather climate. WINTER FALL SPRING SUMMER SPRING AUTUMN WINTER This is the Paw-Paw tree as a little sprout. This is the Paw-Paw tree
as it is still growing. This is the largest the Paw-Paw tree can get. Texas Great Lakes East Coast Florida The Paw-Paw tree was first discovered in 1541. A spanish explorer named Hermando Desto discovered it while on a trip in the Misssissippi Valley. This is the Paw-Paw tree when it is done growing. LOOKS TASTY! Cancer, cancer,cancer. There is no way to heal it. But the Paw-Paw tree's fruit helps. It might not cure cancer fully but it makes people who have it a feel a little bit better. QUESTIONS? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Cli
Bibliography Speical Thanks To: THANK YOU! Mr. McGuan, and to Mrs. Stahl. By: Audrey, Nina, and Grace This is the amazing Paw-Paw tree. ? ? ? ? The Paw-Paw tree can grow up to 12-25 feet. The Paw-Paw tree's width is 8 feet.
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