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Old 12-22-2020, 06:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What Beats Dwarf Nam Wah in production and flavor for South Florida?

I have found nothing that beats Dwarf Nam Wah in production and flavor so far for Southwest Florida. I have only grown 8 varieties to compare but it seems obvious that this banana has it all and is a top 5 banana for many. If anyone knows of a banana at about 8 ft that can RIVAL IT, please let me know?

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I have found nothing that beats Dwarf Nam Wah in production and flavor so far for Southwest Florida. I have only grown 8 varieties to compare but it seems obvious that this banana has it all and is a top 5 banana for many. If anyone knows of a banana at about 8 ft that can RIVAL IT, please let me know?
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