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Old 05-02-2009, 10:36 AM   #23 (permalink)
Jack Daw
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Default Re: Call for European members

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Originally Posted by YAKUZA View Post
idd Jack Daw im from Belgium. you can delete the ? @ my name hehe.

i have a question 4 you all europeans.
im looking 4 info about a musa dajiao.

i dont find info about it.

it was new in my local exotic shop. owner of shop cant give info .
the importer said it grows faster then de basjoo end it is from china.

pleas help me out .
The question mark ("?") stands for the city, not the country ...

Never heard of such banana. European dealers and traders tend to change the names of cultivars to make it sound better.
For instance, what I bought:
Musa Picolo - it turned out to be Musa 'Super Dwarf Cavendish'
Musa tropicana - Musa 'Dwarf Cavendish' (red flecks/spots on juveniles)
Musa Miska - Musa 'Dwarf Cavendish', however with strange blue like pigmentation, will post pics, when full color appears... (spots/flecks on juvenile were light blue)

and so on... I've already seen Musa chinensis , Musa basallica, Musa SuperGrow... not a big deal...
Probably a basjoo or sikkimensis, if he cant give you another info.
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