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Old 01-22-2009, 07:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Several members on here have asked me if I could supply growing stocks for Senorita bananas from our locale here in the Philippines. I am more than happy to try to do this so I've been working on getting set up for this with all of the proper authorization from USDA, etc. One of the USDA requirements is that any import of plant materials into the US is accompanied with a certificate of clean health from the country of origin. I have finally tracked down the agency here that would do this, only to learn that no exports of Musa of any type is allowed off of Mindanao island where we live. So, as of this time I am unable to help out with any of the members here that inquired about this, I'm very sorry! The good part about this for me is that I've already acquired a few Senorita plants that are growing well now in our field and we'll just have to find some other avenue for marketing these. I'll post some photos soon.
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Old 01-22-2009, 09:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Yes, we have no Senorita Bananas!

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Several members on here have asked me if I could supply growing stocks for Senorita bananas from our locale here in the Philippines. I am more than happy to try to do this so I've been working on getting set up for this with all of the proper authorization from USDA, etc. One of the USDA requirements is that any import of plant materials into the US is accompanied with a certificate of clean health from the country of origin. I have finally tracked down the agency here that would do this, only to learn that no exports of Musa of any type is allowed off of Mindanao island where we live. So, as of this time I am unable to help out with any of the members here that inquired about this, I'm very sorry! The good part about this for me is that I've already acquired a few Senorita plants that are growing well now in our field and we'll just have to find some other avenue for marketing these. I'll post some photos soon.
Thanks for trying. For now, I will just admire your photos.
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Default Re: Yes, we have no Senorita Bananas!

Senorita Bananas are a popular fast-food chain in Thailand. You can get hire remote developers more new ways of marketing tips. They are known to be thin and crispy in texture, so they are very popular with the Thai people. You can buy them from street vendors, but even better if you can buy them from a franchise or from a shop. You can catch their special “Sensational Senorita Bananas” on sale in a shop for about 30 Baht (2.80$).
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