Banana Plantation

@ilocosboy (34345)
Philippines
August 9, 2017 4:28am CST
Have you ever been in banana plantation? The green banana leaves and the banana trunks are all over the surrounding. It feels cool to be surrounded by banana plants because banana is cool. I thought it's cool to photo this banana plantation and I some of you have not seen this group of banana trunks so its worth sharing it to you. Actually a friend post in that banana but I just cropped it because she doesn't want because she said her pose is not good. Photo is mine
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@Sreekala (20430)
• India
9 Aug
Banana plantation is very familiar to me as we have lots of plantation in our native state. Yes, it is so cool place.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
Yes its so cool when you are in banana plantation, the banana is water and have large leaves which makes it cool to stay under it.
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@ARIES1973 (9533)
• Legaspi, Philippines
9 Aug
It's good see those plants in our sorroundings. Not.only.that it give us shades but it also give us a delicious fruit.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
Delicious and nutritional fruits from banana.
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@dollaboy (6246)
9 Aug
I'm happy that you love to share about these sort of things And Banana is a wonderful fruit
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
What you see in the photo are so common in our village because we love to have backyard banana plants outside our house. We have different kinds of banana and the most common is the variety we call "saba".
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@MALUSE (37037)
• Germany
9 Aug
The nearest banana plantations from where I live are on the Canarian island of Tenerife. It's in the Atlantic Ocean off the north-west corner of Africa. I've been there several times.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
I think the banana plantation in your place are more manageable and properly cultivated, in here its more like in the photo. Most of the banana production here are grown in vast fields or in mountains, depending on the variety.
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@m_audrey6788 (13827)
• Germany
9 Aug
At my late fathers vacation place..we used to visit there on fiestas and experienced eating with lots of people around in one long table using banana leaves as plates...It was nice..
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
And you are talking Germany as your father's vacation place I guess, I have slight presumption that its also in the Philippines.
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• Germany
9 Aug
@ilocosboy ..Oh..my late fathers vacation place is in the Philippines..hehehe..in Quezon Province
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
@m_audrey6788 Oh I know it, why? Because banana plants can be located in every Filipino backyard, so i really have the idea that you are talking Philippines.
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@allen0187 (31139)
• Philippines
10 Aug
I've been to a banana plantation during my summer vacation back in the day.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
10 Aug
and you are to be in that vacation again.
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@allen0187 (31139)
• Philippines
10 Aug
@ilocosboy nah. That was in the province. Been awhile since I was last there. Last I heard the banana plantation has been replaced already with houses and buildings.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
10 Aug
@allen0187 yeah, rural places are also changing now with the buildings and malls rising now.
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• United States
9 Aug
No they donĀ“t have banana plantation around here and I had never been to one. I wish they did, I would get all the bananas. They are much too expensive here where I live.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
10 Aug
this is one good thing in my place, bananas in different varieties are just so common because almost every backyard have banana plant.
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• United States
10 Aug
@ilocosboy Oh this is heaven to me ilocosboy.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
11 Aug
one good reason why every backyard have banana is because of the leaves which is so useful for rice delicacies
@thelme55 (13703)
• Germany
9 Aug
I have not been in a banana plantation but I have a few banana plants in my yard in the Philippines.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
I think when we speak of Filipino backyard you can always find one or two banana plants there, just like mango, guyabano, and vegetables like eggplant.
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@thelme55 (13703)
• Germany
9 Aug
@ilocosboy yes. So true. That is our typical Filipino backyard in the province.
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@sol_cee (14338)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
10 Aug
Was there a typhoon?
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
10 Aug
There's no typhoon now.
@marlina (70114)
• Canada
9 Aug
Thanks for the oppportunity to see a banana plantation. Never been where I could see one.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
Yeah, it looks creepy right, as if there's a ghost to appear once you enter that, but no, actually its much colder once you are below them.
@JohnRoberts (49297)
• Los Angeles, California
9 Aug
I have never been to a banana plantation.
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@ilocosboy (34345)
• Philippines
9 Aug
Actually the photo above is backyard banana plantation, this is common in rural villages including our place.
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