Pawpaw Breeding Program, Peterson Pawpaws


The Pawpaw Foraging For America's Fruit The Salt NPR

NPR's Allison Aubrey (right) and plant geneticist Neal Peterson forage for pawpaw. Maggie Starbard. A pawpaw ripe for the picking Maggie Starbard. Pawpaws may look like mangos, but unlike other.


Two pawpaw icons Neal Peterson on... NC Pawpaw Festival Facebook

Wall Street Journal 1993: Neal Peterson's Goal is to Domesticate the Wild Pawpaw; Garden and Gun Magazine: The Mad Scientist of Pawpaws; For the Love of Pawpaws: A Mini Manual for Growing and Caring for PawPaws - From Seed to Table; Pawpaw: In Search of America's Forgotten Fruit by Andrew Moore


Branching Out Winter 2021 News and Notes University of Maryland Extension

Neal Peterson lives in West Virginia, and has crisscrossed the Eastern U.S. in search of the perfect pawpaw for more than 40 years. He has a master's degree in plant genetics from West Virginia.


Peterson Pawpaws

Garden and Gun Magazine: The Mad Scientist of Pawpaws. Neal Peterson was featured in the February/March edition of the online magazine, Garden and Gun. Excerpt: Food & Drink The Mad Scientist of Pawpaws Largely the domain of foragers, the biggest edible fruit in the South has mostly been forgotten.


Neal's Story Peterson Paw Paws

It's pawpaw season! So today we have a very timely episode for you all, an interview with Neal Peterson of Peterson Pawpaws. Neal has spent decades working with Asimina triloba, collecting fruits from orchards across the Eastern United States and improving the largest tree ripened fruit of North Ameโ€ฆ


Wall Street Journal 1993 Neal Peterson's Goal is to Domesticate the Wild Pawpaw Peterson Paw Paws

Meet Neal Peterson, the Indiana Jones of pawpaws. He was so moved by the taste of pawpaw that it became his life's work. There were improved pawpaw varieties in the early 20th centuryโ€”but the fruit fell into obscurity. Peterson dug through the literature to uncover past pawpaw breeding work, and then set out to track down lost varieties for.


Wabash Pawpaw on native rootstock (Neal Peterson cultivated variety) protected by our makeshift

The Ohio Pawpaw Conference will be held in Wooster at the Shisler Center on May 18 th. This one-day conference is a great place to learn, share, and network.. 9:30 Pawpaw Varieties Panel: Neal Peterson, Rodney Dever, George and Kyleen Hale, Cliff England 10:15 Pawpaw consumer preference research: Guil Signorini.


Pawpaw gallery Florians Pawpawschule Asimina triloba

Neal Peterson, who's been studying the pawpaw since he first came upon them in West Virginia in the early 1970s, is a breeder of some of the best new varieties. Peterson, who studied plant.


Wall Street Journal 1993 Neal Peterson's Goal is to Domesticate the Wild Pawpaw Peterson Paw Paws

Plant scientist Neal Peterson has documented pawpaws extensively โ€” both wild varieties and his cultivated versions. This photo from the 1990s shows a cluster of fruit hanging from a tree.


Home Peterson Paw Paws

It's pawpaw season! So today we have a very timely episode for you all, an interview with Neal Peterson of Peterson Pawpaws. Neal has spent decades working with Asimina triloba, collecting fruits from orchards across the Eastern United States and improving the largest tree ripened fruit of North America into the seven named cultivars that we.


PawPaws Home Peterson Paw Paws

Meet Neal Peterson, Founder of Peterson Pawpaws. Neal is a resesarcher of the world's most delicious varieties. We offer the information you need to grow them, pick them, use them, sing about them, as well as many facts and fun and meaningless trivia.. We are devoted to the pawpaw, to seeing it take its rightful place as one of the fine fruits of the world.


Neal Peterson

Actually to call Peterson Pawpaws a "nursery" is an enormous understatement. Neal is the premier breeder of improved Asimina Triloba (Paw paw) in the United States and published in scientific journals in his field. We are all the beneficiaries of Neal Peterson having devoted his life to this pursuit. If you want one of these remarkable trees.


Core Arboretum hosts lecture by pawpaw expert 6/12/18 YouTube

If pawpaws ever do become widely known and accepted, it will be thanks to a mild but obsessed man named Neal Peterson, who has been called the Johnny Appleseed of pawpaws, or Papa Pawpaw. Peterson, a Quaker with a sly sense of humor and an admiration for Gandhi, prefers the Mahatma of Pawpaws.


Home Peterson Paw Paws

The Forest Garden. Nature. It's pawpaw season! So today we have a very timely episode for you all, an interview with Neal Peterson of Peterson Pawpaws. Neal has spent decades working with Asimina triloba, collecting fruits from orchards across the Eastern United States and improving the largest tree ripened fruit of North America into the seven.


People of the Fruit 03 R. Neal Peterson Secret Pawpaw Project WV University YouTube

In this episode we speak with Neal Peterson, who has devoted over 40 years to breeding pawpaws (Asimina triloba). We talk about how he first fell in love with this delicious fruit, how he tracked down the remnants of the early 20th century pawpaw collections just in time, and selected 7 superior pawpaw cultivars out of 1,500 seedlings.


HOW TO HARVEST โ€” Peterson Pawpaws

In this pre-recorded webinar, Neal Peterson, pawpaw researcher and breeder, teaches about the often-unheard-of native fruit tree, the pawpaw! Born and raised.