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Old 04-14-2011, 04:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Slow main stem growth

It sorta sounds like it's doing whatever it feels like, which is pretty much what they do anyway.
Fertilize the heck out of the thing it & maybe dump some compost or worm poop around it.
If you're looking to get fruit, let it grow, it'll get around to flowering whenever it feels ready.
The same goes if you're just after greenery or into getting more pups, it'll help feed the corm & promote growth of new pups.
Bottom line is feed it & watch it, as soon as it warms up more it'll probably take off, (if it wants too).
They like to behave like teenagers a lot.
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