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See the wilting?
Are the black areas normal?
Is the small shoot at the base a new plant, and what do I do?
Leaf browning! Help!
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amantedelenguaje
amantedelenguaje

Registered: December 2011
Posts: 333
Sat December 22, 2012 10:24pm

You may want to create a thread about your banana in the Main Banana Discussion forum. Members rarely read and answer questions posted in the photo gallery.


Before your plant's condition can be diagnosed, we need more information about the growing conditions: light, water, fertilizer, indoors, outdoors, USDA zone.


That being said, I don't think anything is wrong with your banana. My banana leaves look like yours when I transition my plants from indoors to outdoors or vice versa. The leaves need time to acclimate to the sunny conditions and often burn around the edges. Even so, the next leaves to emerge should be completely normal. You can find a picture of my plant with a similar condition at http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-KDHuLBe8EIA/T5jAAdyAe7I/AAAAAAAABOQ/v7hpysreYPE/s320/P4240050%2B%2528Medium%2529.JPG.


Older leaves also begin to turn yellow and brown around the edges before they decline. With such little information, it is hard to know what is happening with your plant. Just know that the leaf's condition is not abnormal.

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ExcitedAboutMusa
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Registered: December 2012
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Sun December 23, 2012 10:08pm

Thanks, I've created a thread in the forum. I am new to blogging and especially new to Banana care. I appreciate your assurance that everything is okay!


More details on conditions can be found in my thread:


http://www.bananas.org/f11/banana-rookie-i-need-your-help-17237.html
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