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Old 02-20-2020, 09:12 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: UPDATE 2020 Season of my Nana Patches

Yea, just 2 nights of 27 deg temps did them in. ... This winter hasn't been severe, so I don't believe I've lost any plants. ... I think we'll see a big difference in 7 to 10 days. ... Oh, if anyone is interested, I cut the pstems to remove the upper frozen, mushy portion. This help to keep the plant a little shorter and gives more support for the new growth on the pstem. 2 plants in the pics I didn't cut as I believe they are about to bloom, another 1000 finger (tall one) and a shorter Rajapuri (raggie looking top). ... The cutting waste was put around the bottom of the plants for mulch and these are pure fertilizer ready for use by the plant.
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