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Old 04-09-2008, 12:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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In a large blender:

1 ripe full size Babaco (12")
2 ripe dessert bananas (5" x 1" each)
2 scoops french vanilla ice cream
4 oz unfiltered apple juice
4 oz crushed ice

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Old 08-20-2008, 09:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey Richard:
Your babaco is starting to put up new leaves finally.
What kind of fertilizer do I need?
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In a large blender:

1 ripe full size Babaco (12")
2 ripe dessert bananas (5" x 1" each)
2 scoops french vanilla ice cream
4 oz unfiltered apple juice
4 oz crushed ice

Sounds great! What does a Babaco taste like?
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Your babaco is starting to put up new leaves finally.
What kind of fertilizer do I need?
Use what you are feeding your palms or edible bananas.

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Sounds great! What does a Babaco taste like?
It is seedless relative of the papaya. The flesh is less dense than a papaya and has less sugar. A good name for it is "pineapple papaya". There is more information in this thread: Babaco

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Thanks Richard. I put it in a new bay window that I am building for the winter. together with my new potted bananas. I fertilized it with
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