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Old 10-15-2017, 03:27 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Default Re: Bananas grow smaller each year...

Originally Posted by aruzinsky View Post
You also don't care that the OP is treating bananas as annuals:

Not so! The OP leaves the corm & plant in the ground to come back the next spring. ... As long as fertilizer and nutrient requirement are met, crop rotation is not required. 'Crop rotation' is an economic tool for a farmer to replenish some nutrients into the soil from decaying vegetable material as well as reducing crop specific diseases; but this usually don't meet the total nutrient demand for the following year's crop.
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