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Old 03-17-2018, 07:31 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Default Re: Hydroponic banana growers sound off

Originally Posted by Mark Dragt View Post
Dwarf Cavendish seems to be a popular plant to use. Probably because it is such a common plant, or because it responds well to hydro growing conditions.I think I want to try something else, something not commonly used or not used at all. I will even consider one of my taller plants. Restricted root growth to a 28 gallon container should dwarf the plant some to keep it manageable.

Just tossing out....For me variegated plant worked with juice and rocks.
I tried one a few years back and it did well.

You could try it....

This spring I might try a Musa Tanee and maybe a namwa if I can get one.

The plants root like nobody's business.

I had noticed no one has ever posted pics with fruit on the plant.

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