Thread: Dying Basjoo?
View Single Post
Old 01-14-2009, 05:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
Chironex
The causasian Asian!
 
Chironex's Avatar
 
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Zone: I have no idea
Name: Scot
Join Date: Apr 2008
Posts: 2,788
BananaBucks : 74,378
Feedback: 9 / 100%
Said "Thanks" 4,544 Times
Was Thanked 1,385 Times in 796 Posts
Said "Welcome to Bananas" 609 Times
Send a message via MSN to Chironex Send a message via Yahoo to Chironex
Default Re: Dying Basjoo?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Scijox View Post
I hope so I also moved it to the basement under more light it currently has 3 leaves but one is quite borderline. I nuked it pretty heavily but I have done worse to other plants and they all lived. It hasn't send out a leaf in a while though..... If it loses ALL it's leaves is my naner a goner? or can I expect that it will somehow find a way to send out another leaf.

Either way I'll keep you posted.

Seems like all my indoor plants get aphids/mites. It's annoying. I got really hardcore least year because my seedlings got put under attacked and incinerated plants.... However I managed to win last year but not without a few sacrifices.
Even if all leaves are gone, it will put out new ones in the spring. Just reduce watering to reflect the loss of leaf surface area. Keep the corm on the dry side if all the leaves yellow. If you got to the spider mites soon enough, some of the leaves might pull through as they did not look too far gone.

As I have heard many times on this forum, never give up on a banana until it's just a hole in the ground. I had an African Red die to the ground. No life, no leaves, not even a pstem. I set the container aside for a month or two. When I went to grab the pot to plant something else in it, BAM! The plant had come back two-fold!
__________________
Scot


Click for Jakarta, Indonesia Forecast
Chironex is offline   Reply With Quote Send A Private Message To Chironex
Said thanks: