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Old 08-16-2008, 06:59 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: what are the brown spots?

Originally Posted by mattyb802 View Post
thanks i grew it from seed!!!the basjoo didnt do great when i put out first but sikki wasnt bothered about goin outside!weve had a very cool summer, temps wel below average!!and it has rained most days maybe its to wet?last summer and this summer are really wet i hope next year it dries up a bit i think global warming is startin to take affect!!!!!thanks for the info!!!o and ive just brought them in!!i hope this helps i really dont want to loose my nana as it is mt first!!!lolthanks again!
Congratulations on getting your first bananas to grow from seed. It's more than I can do. I had no luck from seed. Sorry to hear of the crappy weather. Give it some heat and withhold the water for a while, and hopefully it'll turn around for you. Basjoo are tough...
Originally Posted by pitangadiego View Post
There is no excuse for still having grass. I haven't mowed in 20 years. With all that space, I could plant another 100 bananas.
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