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A couple of fingers were split, why?
· Date: Wed December 9, 2009 · Views: 1318 · Filesize: 27.8kb, 69.7kb · Dimensions: 640 x 480 ·
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Jack Daw

I think with my banana ;)

Registered: December 2008
Location: BA, SK, CEU
Posts: 3525
Wed December 9, 2009 5:32am Rating: 10.00 

Don't know about bananas, but typical fruit usually splits, when the tree is being overwatered. So it might also be the case of your bananas. Looking very good though. Smile

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Caloosamusa


Registered: March 2008
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Wed December 9, 2009 5:55am Rating: 10.00 

Jack Daw is correct, it is usually a heavy or unusual rain event, some cultivars are prone to it. Let them ripen a little or make tostones.
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Wed December 9, 2009 6:54am Rating: 10.00 



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