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Old 11-19-2018, 09:53 AM   #46 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2018 Banana Patch: Pensacola, Florida

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Originally Posted by zfallon84 View Post
I took no action, and had little damage. My dwarf red, and a "mystery Blue Java" (looks like cavendish type) had a little bit of leaf-edge wilt. Everything else did fine. In fact, I believe my "mystery red" is more likely to be a Rhino Horn Plantain since it did not wilt like my dwarf red. But, I'll have to wait until it blooms next summer. How'd you do?
just lower 40's here everybody looks good. just all this draught, should have had more than a few fruiting. it affected my dwarf reds more than any, they look terrible. I dug up my variegated florida and she had no roots and the ground below was dry dry dry, despite the irrigation.

how big did your mystery dr get this year? got any pics.
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