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Old 08-25-2018, 11:23 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Default Re: The North Carolina Banana Experiment

Originally Posted by JCA433 View Post
Summer like weather conditions are predicted to linger into the early fall and probably even into mid fall if I remember correctly. If this forecast is right, the banana flower first appearance in August has a good chance of filling out before a significant cold wave.
I don't believe any of that crap. They predicted an above-average hurricane season in the Atlantic back in June, too. All you need is one minimum temperature to kill the banana back. I wish plants grew off of average temperatures

You can have a frost 2 weeks early and still have above-average temperatures.

The worst part is going to be moving this behemoth. I am going to have to put it in my garden cart and literally pull it half a mile from this house to the new house when I move. I'm going to look like a crazy (crazier?) person.
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