måndag 24 november 2014
"Banana plants can only bear fruit once, and it takes a year and half for them to reach maturity. ... And they take an awful lot of work to maintain for such little yield. ... They’re the only place in the world this specific strain of banana now exists. In a way, it’s like they’re frozen in time."
Elías Óskarsson vid Landbúnaðarháskóli Íslands i Modern Farmer om de bananträd som finns i Hveragerði - läs mer här.