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Old 08-10-2011, 07:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: discussion of bananas grown in water

I guess I'm just having a problem with the roots and corm being permanently submerged. I can't see how that would be different then having a plant sit in soggy soil, which I know from experience would be a bad thing.
I would like to know the theory that separates the two situations. Does anyone out there know a source where one could find such info?
Vickie your are a pioneer! Thank you for a new twist in banana tending and I would surely like to try your seasoned water born pup and maybe a non water born pup next to it in my pond next spring. Can't wait!
Thank you Vickie
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