Caption: Williams is one of the most commonly grown cultivars in the Cavendish subgroup. A medium-height cultivar, it is distinguished by its mostly bare rachis, except for a cluster of bracts above the male bud and very small neutral flowers just below the bunch.
Keywords: Bunch, Male bud, Cultivar diversity, AAA genome group
Date shot: June 2003
Locality: Maui Island
Country: Hawaii, USA
Region: Oceania
Photographer: Kay Kepler, Angela / Pacific Wide Consulting
Resolution / Size: 900x1200px (1.2 MB)
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