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Old 09-13-2020, 11:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Aaron's Banana Tasting Sessions- Orinoco

I agree with you in regards to the wind. It is very prone to leaves snapping off, in fact I lost 2 leaves right before it flowered.
I gave it a 5 due to it tasting good cooked green and fried. As a fresh eating banana, or for cooking ripe, there are many many better choices.
It did impress me recently as a producer. I know of 2 patches close by that are "wild" in that no one cares for them in any way, and they both have bunches on them. Probably from all the rain we have been getting this season.
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