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Banana Identification Mystery Nanner? This is where you can get help to identify your banana plants. Upload some pics to your gallery and post a thread and let everyone know as much info that you have of the plant.


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Old 10-09-2010, 01:34 AM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: 2 nanners many pics

I'd guess dwarf Orinoco. They look exactly like my dwarf Orinoco -- long closed petioles, same leaf spacing, color, etc. They also flowered at the right height for that variety, and have fruit that look like Orinoco fruit. Definitely not ice cream fruit: wrong shape, color, bunch structure, etc. The video was very helpful. Sorry you may not get to eat the fruit.
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Old 11-24-2010, 01:32 PM   #22 (permalink)
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yep short fat wedged banana.. well at least you know what they are now... i would suggest not trying to ripen orinoco on the plant.. when they swell and fatten they can be cut. if you look at my gallery you will see how they will keep swelling until they split....this is what happened to some of mine. they seem to ripen fast after being cut, they don't have much of a greenlife for the most part. i saw your video. it looked like they could have been cut and hung??? so what did you decide to do with the Orinoco fruit??. i just saw this today.
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