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Old 09-14-2012, 10:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, my name is Bob Bailey and I live in nice little country town called Lytle Texas. It's in south Texas and is about 30 miles south of San Antonio. We raise chickens, pygmy goats and turkeys. I just started growing banana trees that I have bought from a nursery in Florida. I had to order a couple more because one tree was damaged during shipping and just quit growing. Since I'm new to growing these in the south Texas humid heat with sandy soil I was wondering about soil mix and fertilizer. I have a small amount of fertilizer being shipped with the new trees but I was wondering what can I buy from like Home Depot or Lowes. I am excited about growing these trees!


Bob Bailey
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