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Mostly Orinocos ready to sleep
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· Date: Sun September 6, 2009 · Views: 802 · Filesize: 55.8kb, 85.6kb · Dimensions: 640 x 480 ·
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Dalmatiansoap

Let there be light

Registered: December 2008
Location: Makarska, Croatia
Posts: 9023
Sun September 6, 2009 4:52am Rating: 10.00 

Is any of these Orinocos ready for shipping Smile?

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Got pink bananas?

Registered: March 2006
Location: Little Rock, AR
Posts: 1288
Sun September 6, 2009 6:44am

I grew these Orinocos in 2005...my first experiences with edible bananas. They got so big and heavy that after two years I finally gave up on them out of frustration really. I then turned to non-edible types such as Musa basjoo. Then, in 2008, I started getting interested in edible bananas again focusing on Dwarf Orinoco, Raja Puri, and other dwarfs at my attempt to get more fruit. I gave these bananas you see in this pic to a guy that installed my sprinkler system back in Spring 06! Smile

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Registered: December 2008
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Sun September 6, 2009 2:59pm

Haha, if U ever want to install some new electical lines feel free to call me for job Smile.

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