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Old 09-09-2013, 12:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
Dave in Minnesota
 
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Default Must Separate Pups?

Hi, This is my first try at bananas and I have a 3-month old Musa Basjoo with 3 pups of between 3-8 inches tall. It is now 9/9 and our first frost is probably a few weeks away or so. Do I have to separate the pups or am I fine to let them go thru the winter? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks, Dave in Minneapolis, MN
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