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BANANA Fruit Facts
... Cheesman), Musa balbisina Colla, M. ornata Roxb., M. textilis Nee Adaptation Bananas and plantains are today grown in every humid tropical region and constitutes the 4th largest fruit crop of the world. The ... helps initiate and stimulate ripening, and mature fruit gives off this gas in small amounts, ripening can be hastened by covering the bunch with a plastic bag. Plantains are starchy types ...
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Review -- Bananas: An American History
... and horticulture, includes a substantial historical chapter. Bananas and Plantains, edited by S.R. Gowen (Chapman & Hall, 1995), is the most comprehensive reference, though itís obscenely expensive ($314.50 at Amazon.com). Bananas and Plantains ...
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Review -- Bananas You Can Grow
... and comments on dessert bananas and plantains. (4) Essential Information. This includes a glossary; lists of preferred bananas for various growing conditions; a hardiness zone map; lists of nurseries, books and gardens and ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... Insects. By Charles E. White. 1984 #4, p 17 PESTS All About Bananas. By William F. Whitman. 1983 YB, p 81 Calendar of a Shothole ... and Pruning the Kiwi. By S. Wilson. 1986 #2, pp 7-9 Three Ideas for Garden Supports. By John F. Donan. 1986 #1, pp 19-20 PLANTAINS Bananas ... pp 53-54 Baby Nipples on Scions. By BoyceBarnes. 1984 #1, p 4 Bananas in Your Backyard. By Jim Neitzel. 1980 #4, p 25 Better Roots ...
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Review -- Chez Panisse Fruit
... plantains, ollalieberries, cape gooseberries, citrons, mandarins, pummelos, huckleberries, kiwifruit, kumquats, mangos, mulberries, European and Asian pears, Meyer lemons, persimmons, pomegranates, figs, bananas, grapes, quinces, apples and ...
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