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Old 05-18-2021, 04:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Answered an ad from a new "organic farm" on Facebook located about 30 miles from me. In texting back and forth was told the plants were edible banana plants (which is what I want) so I drove over. Farm looked like a startup and fairly new with around 30 banana plants of various sizes.

When asked where the original plants came from was told they were on the property when purchased. Not knowing anything between decorative and edible I asked how she determined what type of plants she was selling. Her reply was.....information came from a plant identifier app! Sooo, can anyone look at these photos and tell me what I bought for a whopping $15?

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Old 05-18-2021, 06:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Musa basjoo, does not make edible fruit.
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Musa basjoo, does not make edible fruit.
I think he's correct. Here's mine aboutb24 hrs ago

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I have 2 plant apps on my phone. I faily certain the apps can not make the fine detail differences needed to identify banana varieties; only it is a banana.
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I have 2 plant apps on my phone. I faily certain the apps can not make the fine detail differences needed to identify banana varieties; only it is a banana.
Haha me to

You get your first customers by going door to door, figuratively and literally. When I started the development service, I began with coffee meetings with everyone who met with me and used that time to get to know their pain points and what they were looking to solve with their business.

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