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Plantain ?

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Trikus starts with ...
Another recent acquisition .. fruiting fairly small and with very ridged angular fruit .
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Trikus

What type of banana is this? It's angular and squarish fruits are reminiscent of the Saba banana but you mentioned that its smaller and I know that Saba pseudo stems are taller and thicker in girth.

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Trikus says...
Been told it is a type of Popo-ulu
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Trikus says...
Bunch is filling out , might take a lot longer with winter nearly here .
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Trikus says...
3 months to mature
They can be very hard to peel
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Trikus

Boil or steam them if they are still immature. Then they would be easy to peel and eat or made to something else like banana cake, banana fritters etc.

And also when they are already fully ripe they will become much much easier to peel just like a cavendish.

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