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Old 02-08-2014, 07:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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ever taste the fruit?
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similar to a Veinte Cohol except it has large fruit & 30 lb. bunches.
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Do many members have this cultivar in Italy?
Nope, i've never heard of that. Banana growers in italy are just an handful. I just think that you have raised an interesting subject.
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Is that a patupi?
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Only 194 days from planting to flower? That is a short growing period!
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Perhaps even more beautiful than mysore.

Edit: I notice the newest leaf doesn't have the red midrib. This is something they lose with age or does it take time to show colour?

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Bump. Update?
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For information on musa patupi, check out p. 13. There is a lot more info on other varities too.

http://www.ars-grin.gov/may/document...usaCatalog.pdf
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If it's the same pdf file as above, then it's old and riddled with errors. Their website is more accurate and frequently updated.

If you cross reference the two, you'll notice the missing cultivars were removed and put in a separate location.


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http://www.ars-grin.gov/may/document...usaCatalog.pdf
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If you cross reference the two, you'll notice the missing cultivars were removed and put in a separate location.


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The off contains more information such as the flower to harvest days etc. The website may have it but I do not see it.
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The off contains more information such as the flower to harvest days etc. The website may have it but I do not see it.
Much of the information in the pdf file is missing, especially in the synthetic hybrid section.


Click on "Observations"

Now all of the descriptors are sortable with their other cultivars.

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