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Old 02-15-2007, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Several New Pups Planted

Here are the pics of the pups I planted.




FHIA 21(plantain)

Dwarf Brazilian

and Tall SuperPlantain

....if anyone has any advice or heads up on what to do next(dry leaves etc...),I will greatly appreciate it.Thanks

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Default Re: Several New Pups Planted

Simple. if its, brown or yellow it can be removed. If it is green, no matter how ugly (folded, bent, torn, etc.), it is still functional and adding energy to the plant and should be left on the plant. Removing green port6ions reduce4s energy which reduces fruit size and quantity in the end.
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