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Old 08-09-2011, 08:31 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Default Re: discussion of bananas grown in water

OK, great job Vickie! But, come on you can't just slowly submerge your banana plant in tap water can you?
Can you lay out the basics for us'ins who might try this? Like, water, must it be aerated etc.?How often does it need to be changed?, tap water? How to fertilize for the naners? Best or better dirt types? Depth/ water levels? Temps, different than normal grown? etc.,etc.,etc.? Motion of the ocean, is a strong current good? What else, I know when I try this there will be more questions, is there a site etc. that you recommend for reference?
Thanks ScottU
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