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Old 06-08-2019, 12:29 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Default Re: Nana super slow after roots dried out over winter

Nick,



As Max (edwmax) mentioned, and if you can, transplant them using coarse sand!.....I always used coarse sand and lots of perlite mix as medium for Nanas in pots!....Trust me works like a charm!....

Also, as the mother/main plant, keep the babies/nubs/pups in a dry location after transplanting them!....Initially, I always add water when transplanting Nanas to take out any air pockets traps within the transplanting medium.....Then I will add water every 6 to 7 days until I see new roots (rooting) and/or new leaves.....Then I will water normally every 2 to 3 days!....




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