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Red Dacca Banana

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John I starts with ...
Anyone in Melbourne interested in swapping a Dwarf Red Dacca pup for a 1m Ducasse?
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John Mc says...
Hi John,
If you don't get any takers I'd love to swap you one of my "dwarf" Ded Daccas after winter, for one of your superdwarf Cavendishes..
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John I says...
Hi John Mc, sorry but there seems to be some confusion... I don't have a super dwarf. I suspect my so called Red Dacca is actually a Dwarf Cavendish (grows to 2.5m). But if I did have a super dwarf I'd be happy to swap :0)
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John I says...
Here is a picture of my Ducasse that I am willing to swap for a Dwarf Red Dacca pup.
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John Mc says...
Fair enough John I,
I must have you confused with someone else. Nevermind, If you haven't got one by next spring, look me up and I'm sure I'll have some pups by then.
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John I says...
Thanks John Mc for the offer, hopefully I'll find one before then.

Also, it was speedy who has the super dwarf.
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John I says...
Well I've been ringing around bunnings trying to find a Red Dacca banana plant. If any one in Melbourne has seen one recently at a nursery please let me know... also I'm still interested in swapping my Ducasse for a Red Dacca pup if anyone is interested.
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BJ says...
John,
Have you tried Humphris nurseries? They apparently stock "cool bananas" including a dwarf red dacca. They are in Victoria at 218-220 Cardigan Rd,
Mooroolbark. Their phone number is listed as (03) 9761 9688, and e-mail is sales@humphrisnursery.com.au
Personally I've never tried them - but I was contemplating buying a friend in Victoria a "cool banana" and in my searches they came up as a real possibility.
Hope it helps
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John I says...
Thanks BJ. Humphris isn't a retail nursery and in my experience non-retail nurseries generally aren't very helpful. I have sent them an email though but won't be holding my breath for a reply.
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John I says...
Anyone in Melbourne interested in swapping a Dwarf Red Dacca pup for a 1m Ducasse?
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John I says...
Is anyone in Melbourne growing Red Dacca bananas?
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doug a says...
Anyone have any clues on how to get more than 7 hands per bunch of red daccas??
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Wayne says...
Doug, if you can't get them to work up there then there's no hope for us down here.
Bananas like lots of potassium, does that help
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Scott says...
Doug,

I live in Darwin and have a number of different types of bananas in my back yard including a red dacca. I use a lot of potassium, general NPK and trace elements. Would be interested to purchase some red dacca suckers if you have any.
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MiLK_MaN says...
@John I: I just went to Aumunn's nursey in South Morang, and it looks like they just took a delivery of bananas from the Cool Bananas range, including 2 x Red Dacca.

Not sure where in Melbourne you are, but if you are that keen, you could ring them and ask them to put them away for you?
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John I. says...
Thanks MiLK_Man,
I found one in Bunnings this year. I was looking for one to replace the one I have because I thought mine may have been miss labeled. I now suspect that mine may be a Red Dacca, and that it is just a type that is all green. I won't know for sure until it fruits, but when I saw them in bunnings again they looked the same as mine looked when I first got it.
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Peter says...
Hi John, hows the red Dacca going I have 2 that Im about to sell on Ebay, from SA original stock from cool bananas in Vic. dont know if i can send them back over the border even bare rooted but if I can and you want some I can save for you. email is pjseed1964@gmail.com
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John I. says...
Hi Peter, Thanks for the offer but I'm still waiting for mine to produce some fruit so that I can determine the variety. I was expecting it to flower this summer but no bell yet. I'm hoping this means it will flower in spring.
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Doug says...
Bought a dwarf red dacca from Bunnings, Nunawading yesterday.
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bananaman says...
Red Dacca can revert to Green Dacca as the colouration is only a single gene mutation. Have seen clumps of Red Dacca revert over time. Fruit quality and eating experience are still the same
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John I. says...
Bananaman, when they revert to green what color bananas do they produce?
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trikus says...
There are big ReD dacca
dwraf red dacca
and green red dacca
none have red leaves
for some funny reason i thought at least one of them had red foliage !
I know there is one banana that has ..
my sdwarf suffered after i deleafed to heavily beforew cyclone , but it has some suckers , just a much longer wait for fruit . One of the reasons it is not a commercial crop is that it takes a lot longer to get fruit and bunches are smaller [ or so I have been told ]
welcome bananaman
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Jason says...
I have one banana that's got a little red colouring in the stems/leaves. But I can't remember what it was anymore. It doesn't grow very well were I have it.

I had pretty much the entire range that cool bananas sell apart from goldfinger at one stage but I think the reddish one was from backyard bananas
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brett says...
hmmmm sorry to interupt but does anyone know of anyone with cuban reds ?? i would love one i am in queensland and no nurseries sell bananas up here do to dpi regs :(
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trikus says...
Same thing Brett ,,,wiki clip ;
Its official designation is Musa acuminata Colla (AAA Group) cv. 'Red Dacca'.

Synonyms include:

* Musa acuminata Colla (AAA Group) cv. 'Red'
* Musa sapientum L. f. rubra Bail.
* Musa sapientum L. var. rubra (Firm.) Baker
* Musa rubra Wall. ex Kurz.
* Musa paradisiaca L. ssp. sapientum (L.) Kuntze var. rubra
* Musa acuminata Colla (AAA Group) cv. 'Cuban Red'
* Musa acuminata Colla (Cavendish Group) cv. 'Cuban Red'
* Musa acuminata Colla (AAA Group) cv. 'Red Jamaican'
* Musa acuminata Colla (AAA Group) cv. 'Jamaican Red'
* Musa acuminata Colla (AAA Group) cv. 'Spanish Red'.

It is known in English as Red dacca, Red banana, Claret banana, Cavendish banana "Cuban Red", Jamaican red banana, and Red cavendish banana
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bananaman says...
the fruit are green skinned
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snottiegobble says...
What is their flavour like?
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trikus says...
could be pisang ceylon , mine has nice red colours on stem and leaf rib . strong tangy taste and massive crowded bunch
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Violet_Cactus says...
Just bought 2 Red Daccas from Bunnings in Keysborough, Victoria. They had 2 more there if anyone's interested. $19.95 each. "Cool Bananas" suit a cool climate.
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trikus says...
"Cool Bananas" suit a cool climate.
NOT TRUE , just a marketing ploy ..
Its very 'cool' that they sell bananas for you 'cool cats' down in Vic to grow . BUT they are no different to the ones we grow up here . The only banans that really thrive in cool climates are only decorative sp. Most not even Musa but Ensete .. google snow banana
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snottiegobble says...
Trikus thanks, youve answered a question that was in my head, & that was "how can there be COOL bananas unless there is a variety that originates from a cool area"! I am much more confident about my cavendish now!
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John I. says...
Trikus, you're right but there are certain traits of particular varieties that make them more successful in cool climates than other varieties. Firstly they have to be able to survive mild frosts. Ideally they will be fast growing and quick to fruit. Also the time it takes fruit to ripen should be quick. And shorter varieties tend to be more suitable because they can be more easily protected from wind and frost. Plants that are found at higher altitudes (such as Rajapuri and Orinoco) tend to be more successful in cooler climates than those found in true tropical climates.
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trikus says...
Yes , but from what I gather .
'Cool bananas' just sells the same stuff that my local 'backyard bananas' supplies .
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Jason says...
There's something like 8 degrees c difference in the point of when some varieties of banana stop growing compared to others. This doesn't mean all the varieties cool bananas sell are like that, because they aren't but some are!.

Lady finger will always continue to grow in cooler temps than Cavandish, Goldfinger and the Ducasse's less again.

The important thing is that they are available in Victoria now, I tried quite hard to get decent varieties of bananas for around 8 years, solid effort and it was more or less impossible to find them during that time. Now it's dead easy and because it's so easy to get them now you'll in the near future see heaps more bananas being grown inside Melbourne where they have enough backyard concrete heat to do it. Which will be great since North QLD are very unreliable with being able to supply the market! and it's costing me my nutrition :)
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John I. says...
Probably. They had to get their original source from somewhere so it is likely from the same place as backyard bananas.
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trikus says...
Most are actually tissue cultured up here in Tully .
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John Mc says...
Rumour has it theres a large tissue culture lab down here in Tumbi Umbi supplying a large percentage of aussie banana plants. I went looking for it after a tip from a local nurseryman but nothing has been uncovered as yet. Still looking.
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Jason says...
I called a big banana research lab once that was supposed to have the biggest collection of plants just about anywhere, about getting plants but no luck (they wouldn't give them to the general public). Can't remember where it was but it wasn't in North Queensland. May have even been in NSW I think
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trikus says...
That would have been Nambour DPI .
Have heard they do sell some .
Cultivars prone to disease would not be distributed .
'give' ? nothing much free these dAYS
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trikus says...
;-) main stem was damaged in Yasi and now have 3 well established suckers .
colour of plant may help in id questionable plants .
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Brett mcdougall says...
Hmmm so about all this tho is there anyone who can help me put with getting a red Dacca I will gladly pay or trade I have dwarf cavendish and some common Lady fingers :)
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Mike says...
I will check with friends if they have them and can be sent from here.I have lots of a thai variety a bit like ducasse and got rid of dwarf cavendish because they weren't as good.I am looking for monkey bananas as they are so tasty but are tiny.We don't have many varieties in Australia compared to some places.Even Florida has around 25 common types including cold tolerant varieties.
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BJ says...
Even California has more varieties than us...
I thought Red Dacca was on the banned list for SE QLD? It isn't on the 'permitted' list...
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John Mc says...
Mike, I have a variety called Chuoi Cau. It's commonly known as monkey banana. The fruit is super sweet and only as big as your thumb, but it produces hundreds per bunch. I got it from an Asian fruit tree nursery a few months ago, wasn't cheap. The plant is only small but I have high hopes for it.
Is there any nurseries up your way selling the Blue Java (ice cream) banana plant? I'm outside the banana growing restricted area. If there is, I'd pay anything to get one. They are available as tissue culture and am about to order some if I can't source any corms
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Mike says...
Blue Javas are around but I don't know anyone growing them now.Chuoi Cau must be the monkey bananas then and they rightfully command the highest price of bananas in the markets.You don 't often see banana plants for sale at the nurseries and there are restrictions due to panama and bunchy top diseases I think. A tissue culture nursery on the tully-mission beach road or one at little mulgrave might have them and I could check during the week.Youn didn't mention if the parcel arrived.
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Brett mcdougall says...
I don't think the they are banned for the south east as they display them at the Ekka each year in comps but I would say u have to b commercial grower but I just realllllllly want one my plant never get neglected and they are burnt or given treatment if can b done to avoid loss but yeah I think I know some peeps with that blue java one aye they farm it at caboolture but yeah I was on a U.S site Banana-tree.com they have awsome trees there is one that double and triple bunches :) I want I want. Haha
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laisla says...
The only reason we don't have bananas for sale in our fruit shops is cause they don't allow imports. Seems when deregulating everything they forgot to include banana imports, and the average person now has to go without. The last time I experienced this I lived in Cuba. Sigh
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Brendan says...
I hate to skite, but at the moment, I've got bananas coming out of my ears! :-)
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amanda says...
U could make a small fortune Brendan!? Have the commercial plantations recovered yet?
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trikus says...
I have a few bunches coming on , but the cold is really slowing the filling out of the fruit . A massive Ducasse should be first of the eating ones ready. A few tiny bunches of Bluggoe formed on suckers I had chopped off but not killed .
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Mike says...
The bananas cost around $14/kg in Cairns because they have to go down to Brisbane on a 3500km round trip before returning to the supermarkets.Alot of people have bananas on now and can't take advantage of the outrageous prices.Babinda,Innisfail and Cairns routinely experience absurd situation with supermarkets and local produce.
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amanda says...
LOL...even worse - Woolies in Carnarvon was only supplying QLD bananas when I first lived there!...until the locals complained endlessly and they finally got in Carnarvon bananas (from Perth of course...) Crazy stuff.
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Mike says...
Wow I don't think arctic terns cover that much distance on their migrations.
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snottiegobble says...
Mike, how about the Red necked stint?
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Mike says...
That is probably closer to the journey of our travelling bananas.Birds travel for good reasons however and are far more sophisticated and sensible than our keystone cop approach to produce distribution.
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Halo says...
Hi guys i am from Sale Victoria and have recently brought one of the Dwarf Red Dacca from Grow Master and i do know they have more in stock too.. Am recently studying Horticulture cert 2 and are learning how climit change can mess ya growing up lol anyway take a look down our way for ur banana trees!!!
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Halo says...
Hi guys i am from Sale Victoria and have recently brought one of the Dwarf Red Dacca from Grow Master and i do know they have more in stock too.. Am recently studying Horticulture cert 2 and are learning how climit change can mess ya growing up lol anyway take a look down our way for ur banana trees!!!
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John Mc says...
Hi Halo,
The biggest climate change you will notice down there, and, I might add, is very significant, is the difference in temperature between Summer and winter;
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Doug says...
Velutina starting to fill out - maybe ripe for Christmas
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John Mc says...
They are very seedy Doug.
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Warnervale NSW
15th August 2011 5:00pm
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berter p. says...
HiI live in Darwin .Currently IronStone Nursery has Dwarf Ras Dacca for sale.Hurry

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snottiegobble says...
How much do you sell them for, berter ??
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Bunbury/Busso (smackin the middle)
30th January 2012 7:07pm
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Charu says...
Hi! Greetings! Anyone in Melbourne interested in buying Red Banana in bulk from India. Please email to me.
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Coimbatore, TN, INDIA
16th April 2015 12:58am
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Gabriel says...
I am looking for Red Dacca tissue culture. Can anyone help?
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Paarl
28th August 2015 6:42pm
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Polotoo says...
You can buy a dwarf Red Dacca at The Mount Evelyn Nursery for $25. Adress :126 York Road . TEL: 97361162. Good Luck. Hope that will help.
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Bairnsdale
17th February 2017 10:16am
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