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Old 08-05-2015, 04:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 08-05-2015, 11:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Is this a SH-3640?

I believe so but mine is not big enough yet to have red underside. It has the same blotches like a Cavendish though.
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Old 08-06-2015, 11:03 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Is this a SH-3640?

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as TC from Going Bananas/AgriStarts,
Did AgriStarts ever t/c the SH-3640?

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as a corm from Going Bananas,
This was also a 'SH-3640' corm that came from Going Bananas.

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as the much more mature corm that I dug two weeks ago at bananimal's.
If you dug it up from a SH-3640 mother plant then it should be a SH-3640.

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I just took this pic , Is it a 3640 ? I got this one from Don At GB

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I just took this pic , Is it a 3640 ? I got this one from Don At GB

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Hello Ed!
Is that the same 3640 you posted 2 years ago
pictured here...FHIA 3640 Banana Plant.

Take a full frontal pic & let us see an update.

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Im running out of ground planting room in my yard but if I were to get 1 more...this would probably be it.
I have its half siblings already:
the FHIA 18 and the Brazilian(thanks to momoese) and the Mona Lisa.

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No the one in the photo is the 3640 i got from Dan Bananimal , The one with the Fruit , I got it from Don At GB ..

The Fingers Dont Look Like Anything That I have Fruited before, So I dont think its Namwah Or orionoco..

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Frontal shot..

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It's a beautiful plant. The colors are great.
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Default Re: Is this a SH-3640?

I dont recall seeing red blotches
or red undersides
on the mother or the pup
I recently acquired.
But again it has brazilian traits.

BTW PRG whaat do you mean by...

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Default Re: Is this a SH-3640?

I have a 3640 I bought from Going Bananas and it has some red blots. No red under yet but it is pretty small yet...
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