>Looks like we've got different documents. They're certainly not native to
Could be. I think the generally accepted theory is that the banana was
introduced into Africa from Asia around 200 BC. But I can't find that
>> front porch. We get between 100 and 150 inches per year here in the hills
>> west of Ceiba.
>That's still quite a bit compared to Western Mexico.
Yup. Your bananas there probably did well mainly along the river where
they were well watered unless you did a bit of irrigation.
We had a couple of dry years here recently (94 and 95) and many of my
bananas and all but two stands of plantain died back. Those that were in
the areas of more shade survived. I have since replanted a most of the
bananas and am making progress getting more plantains in.
--Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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