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Old 01-27-2011, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cold damaged Bananas

Winter did some damage already.

But all the pstems are still alive.

The mat run


Ae Ae new growth


Hua Moa was a surprise


After cleaning up the dead leaves had nothing to do but go fishing. Pomps for dinner caught in 45 minutes caught on "Doc's Goofy Jig".

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Old 01-27-2011, 12:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They will recover in notime I hope. That brow leaves looks badly burned for Florida, what was the lowest temp. there?
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They still look pretty good, Dan. Hopefully the trend will continue for you.
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Ante --- We had 32F/0C three times but only for a few hours each time. I'm still surprised that there wasn't any permanent pstem damage. Except of course for the 6 young fruit bunches I had to toss.

Dean --- We may very well get hit again but I'm still planting the spring garden now anyway. Tomato, arugala and pepper seedlings for now. Later for the basil and other tender stuff.

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