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Old 03-02-2019, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I live in Kuwait, Near Kuwait city. It's arid and hot but I'm wondering if there any cultivars that can take the heat and dryness.
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Old 03-02-2019, 07:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I live in Kuwait, Near Kuwait city. It's arid and hot but I'm wondering if there any cultivars that can take the heat and dryness.
what types of bananas do you have access to there?
if u are willing to water them I know of many kinds that love the heat..
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If you can just list them out I'll try to find them
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Heat is not generally as much of an issue as cold. What is lowest temperatures in the year you would normally encounter?

If you can water them, dryness isn't really an issue. Some bananas can do ok with less water than others, but no banana is going to do well in arid conditions without irrigation.
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Well, Hawaii and stuff is different, I'm growing in a summer that can go up to 50 degrees Celsius, but it only gets to like 4 degrees minimum in the winter, also would they need a special kind of irrigation or does something like watering them every day suffice?
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