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Old 11-18-2014, 05:34 PM   #30 (permalink)
RobG7aChattTN
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Default Re: Birth of a New Hybrid Musa: Musa sp. aff. aurantiaca (Trebrown seeds) x velutina

Well, all you really need is for one to live. I've never had much luck growing Musa seedlings indoors. If they germinate in early summer they do fine started in shade outside. I guess I need to experiment some more. Maybe one if those high Kelvin LED lights closer than a traditional bulb would allow. Come to think of it, I might try Eucalyptus again that way. They get so leggy without super-bright lights that otherwise would cook them.
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