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Old 07-07-2020, 03:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Now i have Musa Dajiao pups to trade...
Please contact me if you have other varieties to trade.
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Old 07-07-2020, 08:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I would love to have a dajiao, just too bad you are in Europe and I am in the US.

I ate this fruit when visiting my girlfriend's hometown of Nanning, China last fall. The fruit was amazing and the plants did well at cold temperatures and seemed drought tolerant. This was very commonly grown there.

Have you gotten it to fruit in portugal?

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I would love to have a dajiao, just too bad you are in Europe and I am in the US.

I ate this fruit when visiting my girlfriend's hometown of Nanning, China last fall. The fruit was amazing and the plants did well at cold temperatures and seemed drought tolerant. This was very commonly grown there.

Have you gotten it to fruit in portugal?

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Hello Erik! Thank's a lot for your reply and your report about this variety! No not yet, but this variety never stop to grow all winter. It's amazing to see her growing. How was the flavour? How much time she gets to fruit?
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Hi Luis,

I am not sure how long they take to fruit. In this part of China, the bananas go dormant for maybe 4 months each year in winter. During this season it is very dry, cool (near freezing at night) and DUSTY !!! The plant leaves and the entire city got coated in a fresh layer of dust each day. Certainly not optimal conditions.

The da jiao fruit looked like Orinoco so I really thought I was going to be disappointed with the taste. But when I ate one, it was soft and sweet. I also bought the Thai banana (namwa) and preferred the da jiao. I bought both from this roadside vendor and as you can see they are optimally ripe. Da jiao is in the bottom left.



I think this is a flowering da jiao:




In Southern China, bananas grow like weeds and I doubt many farmers know how many days until harvest. They just know that eventually it will happen.



I even found some bigger plants....




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Somehow despite mild winter mine don't grow well as usual. And not a single pup so fare for this season?
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Hi Luis,

I am not sure how long they take to fruit. In this part of China, the bananas go dormant for maybe 4 months each year in winter. During this season it is very dry, cool (near freezing at night) and DUSTY !!! The plant leaves and the entire city got coated in a fresh layer of dust each day. Certainly not optimal conditions.

The da jiao fruit looked like Orinoco so I really thought I was going to be disappointed with the taste. But when I ate one, it was soft and sweet. I also bought the Thai banana (namwa) and preferred the da jiao. I bought both from this roadside vendor and as you can see they are optimally ripe. Da jiao is in the bottom left.



I think this is a flowering da jiao:




In Southern China, bananas grow like weeds and I doubt many farmers know how many days until harvest. They just know that eventually it will happen.



I even found some bigger plants....




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thank you so much for your reply, full of information. Really interesting!
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Somehow despite mild winter mine don't grow well as usual. And not a single pup so fare for this season?
You already got bananas right?
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No, unfortunately mine never developed to the end. Both flowering times were during October and November so no chance to get ripe.
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