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Question How do you if your sugar cane plants are dead?

I know that itís the end of my growing season here in Ohio. I brought in my sugar cane plants in with the others earlier. My sugar canes grew like weeds! They were getting pretty big for me! Iís sure that they arenít nearly as tall as theyíre suppose to be. Anyway, I just noticed that my nice and green looking sugar canes now are dried out and look like straw. Does that mean theyíre completely dead? Just gong into hibernation for the winter? Do they ever survive spending the winter inside a home? Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks in advance.....
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