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I've always loved plants. I got my first banana when I was 11 years old.
Khonkaen, Thailand, an agricultural and horticultural center in NE Thailand
Kinda retired from editing, but take on freelance work occasionally.
Unknown, but tropical
Banana species and cultivars grown?:
Just getting started. Have a red variety and a Klue Tiparot in the ground, and two bananas in containers that the neighbors across the street gave me. I assume that these will prove to be reliable bearers, adapted to this area. (Note to self: Get those two in the ground, clean the containers, and give them back to the neighbors.) I got the first two plants mentioned at a regional ag fair from a grower in Chantaburi Province, south of me. They had scores of varieties for sale. Everybody on this forum would have gone nuts to see them all. I have the grower's business card and could scan it and post it for all of you who read Thai.