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Old 06-16-2019, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi! I have only been growing nanas for 3 years and the addiction has grown even more after using the FaceBook group called Planet Musa. There are some experts, and novices, just like this on this site. I feel it is a chance for both this community and the Facebook group to grow! To spread knowledge and share the same loves. I couldn't find a Thai Black anywhere on here or any sites but I got one from Planet Musa for about $40 from one of the members. It's already showing signs of black pseudo, so I feel like some of the members are legit there. Others just post about new leaves looking funky, but that's what bananas.org is about! As well as selling/trading. I was more than happy buying the banana from the social media source. Just hoping to spread this for anyone looking for another group to appreciate nanas. I have also been spreading the knowledge about bananas.org to them as well.
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Old 08-04-2020, 09:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I have small house in south Italy, but impressive size of land. I have filled with fruits like oranges and bananas, pineapples. Also have Olives and some vegetables. I have online subscribers on social media who helped me to share information and sell it to other cities, nearby countries! It was hard adventure, I was not well-informed and good to make contracts with potential buyers. I invested my personal money to autolike to instagram posts , and they helped me out on my official page on Instagram. In just 2 weeks I had new contractors and buyers, and very serious ones, public knows for sure their names =). Thank you!

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I also belong to the planet musa group. That group is the only reason I still use the FB website. (haha)

I enjoy the pictures as well as short videos they can post. The only down side I see is that posts get lost easily as new posts show up. This .org forum is well organized and archived. I haven't bought from the FB members but good to know that you had success.

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Ohh, to honest that is exactly what i was looking for! I wanted to find a page like that. Thank very much nealnick5! I have been thinking lately about opening a page on instagram with the same content. I mean, not only about banans, but also about any other citrus fruiti. I guess we would get some really big audience in there. But i just do not know how to get to that. I mean we have to find a way to promote the page or something like that. I do not want something like buy real instagram followers, it is a stupid idea. I want to post some really great content so people would get attracted by that.

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I also belong to the planet musa group. That group is the only reason I still use the FB website. (haha)

I enjoy the pictures as well as short videos they can post. The only down side I see is that posts get lost easily as new posts show up. This .org forum is well organized and archived. I haven't bought from the FB members but good to know that you had success.

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I am happy to hear you joined. Thankfully, I think I have successfully sent that group's members here, and vice-versa.
I never had any personal motive. I just wanted to units Facebook Members with Bananas.org. And it looks like it has been working. I am very proud I made this post. Without breaking any guidelines, I have connected some people to both worlds; different sides of the same coin(s).

I send members there, and vice versa.

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I’m glad to hear that Planet Musa is a good place to join. I was invited to join that group by a seller on ebay. However, I am not on Facebook right now. Thanks for the info though!
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