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Old 08-20-2017, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default How to clean this banana pup

I recently got a pup of Pisang Ceylon 1 meter tall that got bruised in the shipment.
I removed all the damaged parts but every few days new brown parts keep popping up and now I am left with a pup that is half the size in thickness.
I think it is stabilizing but I noticed two things worrying me.
1-The leaf inside is turning brown. Will it come out anyway?
I tried to open the outer layer to see if it was green below but seem all the same.

2-Last time I tried to leave the brown outer layer hoping it would stop, but it turned black so I removed it. Now there is a small black spot left, am I forced to remove another layer?! I think this is either the last one or next to last.

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Old 08-20-2017, 10:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Some of this can be normal at first. Depending on how it is being cared for. I have 18 right now going through different stages of this. 3 of them I just cut back to the corm. I found out last year trying too hard kills them. They normally just grow out exposing fresh tissue may just sunburn it
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Some of this can be normal at first. Depending on how it is being cared for. I have 18 right now going through different stages of this. 3 of them I just cut back to the corm. I found out last year trying too hard kills them. They normally just grow out exposing fresh tissue may just sunburn it
So I just leave it like this?
Anyway it seem to be stabilizing now, so I'll probably wait and see.
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If it's not in the core just leave it. The more you do in the future the better you can get a good sense.
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