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 Post subject: Re: Gordon's Crater
PostPosted: Dec 8th, '18, 15:30 
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Red Dacca bananas and flowers now in view!

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I'll probably bag it all once the sheath is fully open, for protection against birds and insects, since the greenhouse is not currently fully enclosed.

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 Post subject: Re: Gordon's Crater
PostPosted: Jan 12th, '19, 12:33 
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I'm getting 3-6 tomatoes per day at the moment, so it will soon be time to make some sauce :)

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The bananas in GB#8 continue to grow well

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and more bananas in GB#4

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I can't see any signs of flower spikes on the other big trees so far. These banana trees really use up the water fast, I often see water dripping from the leaves in the mornings.

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awesome gardening. and Is this hybrid banana? I think generally banana is in yellow color, if it is ripe.


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Did you end up getting some bananas?

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Sure did! This is the 2nd bunch of Red Daccas, they were of similar weight to reasonably large shop bought Cavendish - a bit shorter but fatter, and tasted better.

Two more bunches have formed, but the cooler weather has stopped them getting to full size, so I'm planning on cutting them down in the next few days and we'll have to eat them as smaller fruit.
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Wow, big..... Always nice to see different species growing rather than same old ones... :thumbright:

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