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Old 03-04-2012, 04:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Banana bunches still hanging

Awesome Dan!!! I think even the Pisang Klotek will mature and just have thinner fingers! I have seen bunches mature with half a thrashed leaf hanging locally!

How cold did your bananas see this winter? They look pretty good! Mine almost all lost their leafs in Pyrgos as we had quite a bad winter this year and temperature fell to -2C to -2,5C a single night of January(this is considered a pretty bad winter for Pyrgos,although not the worst. Such lows dont happen often and most of the years the winter min is 0C to -1C)...Still, the Mysore subgroup(Pisang Ceylon and Pisang Klotek) types kept some of their leafs with not much burn. The difference in cold hardiness totally surprised me and especially considering this subgroup isnt famed for its cold hardiness as others are!
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