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Old 01-06-2011, 02:48 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Cold Re: Wisconsin Grown Nanners

Hey timmko,

How do you know when to water your bananas? I'm in MN and I can't quite figure out how dry to let them get or how wet. I've killed a few both ways. Seems like the leaves turn brown no matter what I do, sometimes they even come out of the p-stem brown. I've always taken that to be an overwatering sign, since it seems to happen right after I water. I can't get leaves to stay green in the winter, and I even have a humidifier to keep it around 45% in the storage room, so I don't think it's dryness. They stay green just fine in the summer if I ignore it completely! What am I doing wrong? Can you enlighten me? Thanks!
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