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Old 05-09-2013, 12:04 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Default Re: Did I do it right?

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Originally Posted by LilRaverBoi View Post
Looks good so far! Seems that things have been at least fairly successful. Overwintering is not easy, and it seems as though things are more or less solid for you.
Hi Ryan,

Speaking of which, I have just finished posting detailed assembly instructions for effective,
permanently reusable winter shelters for bananas. 3 shelters like I have assembled,
two for my single stem bananas and the third for a whole pad of four stems cost me less
than $55.- total. Though there may be a few more dollars for the fibre glass stuffing, which I
will add in fall.

The shelters are easily taken off and put on again during erratic spring
temperatures.

Check it out here: Permanent banana shelter for winter and spring



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