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Default Re: Large banana plants no roots - any advise?

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Originally Posted by hybridpower View Post
I did remove the leaves, they were wilting badly anyway, and I hoped removing them would keep water in the plant.
Removing them before they wilt is better and removing them before separation is even better.
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