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Old 06-09-2020, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Unhappy My little banana plant burned up...

Today we have a heat wave and the high reached 97 degrees f. My dwarf namwah baby took some sun damage.
The new leaf unrolling from the center looks alright. Should I clip the damaged leaves, or leave them? Anything else to do to help it?
It's already out of the sun. I am about to water it. Should I hold off on giving it water soluble fertilizer or does it especially need it now?

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Old 06-09-2020, 06:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: My little banana plant burned up...

Let me state the obvious..... It is getting too much sun So move it to an area that doesn't get as much sun . put a top mulch on top, ideally woodchips, about two to three inches thick. Then leave the plant alone, making sure it gets enough water.
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Default Re: My little banana plant burned up...

Just mist the plant and move it out of the direct sun; just give it bright light. Only water the pot IF the bottom of the pot is near dry. Check the soil though the drain holes.
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Default Re: My little banana plant burned up...

I thought bananas needed full sun. It only gets about five hours a day, then shade from the building in the afternoon on. It's in a big 30 gallon pot that I can't move by myself, so I don't know what to do now. I feel like I'm really stupid and messed up. I didn't know they can't be in sunlight.
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Just leave it there and must the leaves, and m maybe out a shade cloth over it.
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