Variety Features.

Average weight per fruit: 2.4 – 2.9 Kg.

Recommended sowing density: 1.3 mts  between plants per 3.5 mts between furrows.

1.3 x 3.5 = 2,198 Plants / Ha.

Brix Degrees: 8 – 11° brix.

Seed Sex Proportion: 66% hermaphrodite – 34% females.

Suggestion: 3 envelopes per Ha equales to 99% of hermaphrodites plants.

Production Potential: 80 – 100 Tons per Ha / 6 harvesting months.

Classification: Formosa fruit type.


The Mulata’s plant is robust and vigorous, its size is medium and its root system is really very efficient; but what makes Mulata a very desired material, is the unbeatable quality of its fruit.

The market of Papayas in Mexico has a great appreciation for the fruit of Mulata, its sizes, its organoleptic qualities and above all its shelf life.

The fruit adapts very well to post-harvest handling, which allows it to reach the shelf with an impeccable view. It is a very sweet fruit, with good size and optimum consistency.