Originally Posted by DucksinOr
I did some digging on the forum and found this post.
It appears that it is a sign of a calcium deficiency coupled with rapid growth. There has been a lot of rain recenly in my part of Florida and the soil/sand is not very good at retaining nutrients. I will have to add some lime and see if it rectifies the problem.
thanks. never had problems with cigar leaves, but last year had some deformed leaves on a few plants. I live on sand and am highly acidic stands to reason the cigar leaves. just put lime around all my bananas. thanks again
a few learned scholars call it a plant......
and 6 billion people would call it a tree
I root for 6 billion people