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Old 08-29-2009, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Silk Fig Bananas

I came across the name of this banana on youtube. Has anyone ever tried one of these. I never seen it mentioned here. Its an interesting video on bananas in general. .

Well, I'm having the second summer noreaster coming through today. Temp are around 58 F which I think I read bananas stop growing at that temp. The wind is not suppose to be as bad as they first thought so hopefully my plants won't get shredded.

Here's a great website for weather in the Massachusetts are.
60.5F &nbsp Milford, Ma Weather-Home Page

This is another weather website I go to
WXnation: Weather Forecast, Radar, and Live Webcam Resource

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Old 08-29-2009, 12:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I Think Silk Fig Is The Same As Apple, Manzano.
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Thanks Tony, I see that there is another previous post on this and the different names it goes by.Is Apple, Manzano, Brazilian, Pome and Silk the same cultivar

Not sure how to link to a previous post? Is that called a linkback?

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