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Meika Initio 19. Mysore 27 2l. Improved lady Finger 22. Santa Catarina Prata 23. Kumukuma 28 24. Pisang Kelat 26. Peurto Rican 25. Dwarf Pacific Plantain Plantain 28. Mangaro Torotea 27. Mangaro Akamou 29 30. Fa'j 29. Puko Samoa 32 . Tubunatar 3l. Tomnam 30 34. 33. Horn Pisal1g Lampening Plantain 36. Dwarf French Plantain 35. Pisang Raja 31 37. Torapuokonio 38. Torapuotouro 40. N'Jock 39. Togomor Kon 32 41 . Bluggoe 42. Monthan 44. Blue Java 43. Silver Bluggoe 33 46. Kalapua No. 2 45. Pisang Gajih Merah 48.

Red Dacca 50. Green Dacca 5l. Kluai Teparot with male bud 52. Kluai Teparot without male bud 35 54. Kluai Namwa Khom 53. Dwarf Kalapua 55. Ney Poovan 56. Pelipita 36 58. 57. Musa acuminata ssp. banksii Pahang IR296 Musa acuminata ssp. malaccensis 59. Calcutta IR124 Musa acuminata ssp. burmannicoides 37 60. Musa velutina 6l. Momoe 62. Kumunombo 64 . Soo'o 63 . Kofi 38 65. 66. Pisang Nangka Pisang Ramo 68. 67. Paka(D1) NSA 14 39 Illustrated Guide to the Identification of Banana Varieties in the South Pacific records and describes the banana varieties of Tonga, Western Samoa and the Cook Islands, incl uding those introduced during two banana projects supported by ACIAR.

Musa velutina 6l. Momoe 62. Kumunombo 64 . Soo'o 63 . Kofi 38 65. 66. Pisang Nangka Pisang Ramo 68. 67. Paka(D1) NSA 14 39 Illustrated Guide to the Identification of Banana Varieties in the South Pacific records and describes the banana varieties of Tonga, Western Samoa and the Cook Islands, incl uding those introduced during two banana projects supported by ACIAR. Information on varieties found in Fiji is also included. The guide, which provides keys, descriptions, lists and colour photographs of.

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