I spent the conference convincing anyone growing pawpaws that yours were superior. Then the tour clinched it. They could see and taste for themselves! Shenandoah is such an incredible tree! It dropped a stealth pawpaw on me this year – in spite of my efforts to remove all blooms in its second year. That tree is 7′ tall and beautiful. Everything a pawpaw should be – pyramidal, healthy, precocious, with tasty fruit. And you can quote me.
- Discussion Re: Bleach Taste in Fruit, Causes, Remedies
- 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