THAT’S me, Zac B. Sarian, posing with Pisang Siribu, the banana from Indonesia with a thousand fingers. This is not one for food production. There are just a few fingers that are edible, tasting like the ordinary Saba banana.
This variety is more of a curiosity plant. It could be an attention-getter in a plant collector’s collection of unusual plants. It could be a money maker, however, for those who have acquired it ahead of others because collectors are usually willing to pay a high price for a sucker.
At any rate, it is not for food production.