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Old 02-14-2010, 10:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Old 02-14-2010, 09:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow that's a huge picture I couldn't see the bottom of the picture or flower.. Well I hope what you say is not so... & Good Luck Combating such... :^)
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It is hard to tell the difference between slight cold damage, and Cigar end rot in this case. Keep the developing fruit dry. Sometimes a plastic cover creates more problems with condensation than it helps.

Cold and wet does seem to promote the rot when the pathogen is present.
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It is hard to tell the difference between slight cold damage, and Cigar end rot in this case. Keep the developing fruit dry. Sometimes a plastic cover creates more problems with condensation than it helps.

Cold and wet does seem to promote the rot when the pathogen is present.
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I think rot is caused by a mold called FUSARIUM oxysporium or somthing

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try to keep the plant dry! fusaium hates that
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Are the banana's rotting? ( I hope not, man that would suck! )
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This bunch is shaded and with all the rain and low temps they aren't looking to good.
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I think rot is caused by a mold called FUSARIUM oxysporium or somthing

why my name ? Becuse I AM A FUNGI And PLANT GUY THATS WHY!

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Fusarium is a fungus in the soil, not on the fruit. Its hard to tell if the fruit is being affected by a pathogen or by something else. Not much you can do at this point but let it be and see how it turns out.
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I had a lot of trouble with cigar end rot on Dwarf Cavendish back at my old place. I would spend time "deflowering" each fruit because it was supposed to help prevent cigar end rot. Cold will also cause similar blemishes.
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@Gabe15 DOH!

thats right it infects the roots NOT THE FRUIT!

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