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Old 12-13-2008, 09:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Musa Hajaray Hybrid

Hi all,
I am crazy about this species, and I do want to know about the whole story
of this banana.
If this is a cold hardy seedless edible banana, why isn't it widely known and
not sold everywhere instead of Tropical Flore in France? Is this because that
this is a newly found species or something like this?
There must be existed as Bikoro Child has already bought from them, but the
question is whether or not the features of this banana are not so as written
in the advertisement.
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Old 12-14-2008, 09:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Default Re: Musa Hajaray Hybrid

A good question indeed.
The exact reason why I would like to know, from Bikirochild, what the growthspeed of this hybrid is, in temperate climate. If it's close to Helens hybrid, that would be just great for us all. On the other hand, if it's like Rajapuri or anykind, it just wouldn't hit the spot I guesse.
I hope, like you and others, the answer is due to a new discovery.
Only Bikirochild can tell. I also don't know where he lives in France. France is a rather big country and lots of different climates.
Anyways, in the mean time we'll have to wait see.

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Bonjour Panorama,
Merci bien pour votre comment sur l'argenda.
Your comment is just nice and shoots th exact points what I wonder.
I live in zone 9b in central Japan, but only the cold hardy species like Basjoo,
Sikkimensis, Helen's hibrid, Velutina and Chinese yellow can overwinter in the
ground without any anti-coldness protecions.
So if Musa Hajaray is rated as one of these species, it would be a great dream
that I have been seeking for years!
No doubt this would be also the dream for all of you who live in relatively cold
regeons.

Mes compliments
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Default Re: Musa Hajaray Hybrid

Je voudrais un aussi. Pardonnez ma Francais. C'est trente ans a l'ecole.
I would like to find one of these hybrids too. Pardon my French, I was in school 30 years ago.
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I hope to get one of these this coming spring from one of our biggest tropical sellers in the uk.

He is getting a small amount in from India along with Dhusray,Malbhog and Burmese Blue.

He has said that numbers will be limited and the possibilitys of some dying on the way over from India.
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Bonjour Panorama,
Merci bien pour votre comment sur l'argenda.
Your comment is just nice and shoots th exact points what I wonder.
I live in zone 9b in central Japan, but only the cold hardy species like Basjoo,
Sikkimensis, Helen's hibrid, Velutina and Chinese yellow can overwinter in the
ground without any anti-coldness protecions.
So if Musa Hajaray is rated as one of these species, it would be a great dream
that I have been seeking for years!
No doubt this would be also the dream for all of you who live in relatively cold
regeons.

Mes compliments
Another member is in Japan, MauroGibo. He is a great man with a passion for growing bananas and other fruit.
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Old 12-29-2008, 09:17 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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Hello Mark Hall,

As far as I have checked, this species was offered, advertised and sold only
in France and not in any other countries.
Of course I couldn't come to the UK seller from whom you will get it in the
coming spring.
If nothing is inconvenient for you, could you please show us their web or
mail address?
Thanks in advance.
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I will have these available spring next year and will PM 'the usual suspects' and all that have expressed an interest prior to offering them for sale on .org
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Asacomm, They are not yet on the web site as it was a pre order mail I had. I am still hoping to get one from Kev as well. Just in case the others don't make the trip from India very well.
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OK this is what i gleaned from the net. So bare this in mind! it appears to be a hybrid cross of Musa 'raja puri' and Musa 'sikkimensis' found in a growers Fields in northern India i didn't see much ells on it. however i didn't spend allot of time looking
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