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Dwarf cavendish
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Should I remove any of these pups? How do I decide which pups to remove and when to remove them?
· Date: Wed August 10, 2016 · Views: 1193 · Filesize: 65.1kb, 1100.4kb · Dimensions: 1868 x 2304 ·
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Registered: December 2015
Location: Cape Coral, FL
Posts: 80
Thu August 11, 2016 4:20am

In this situation, I would immediately recognize the house, wall, foundation, and start in the back. Allow those two back there to flower and harvest, then chop clean all of that parallel. Maybe take them now, but I never like to disturb to late in the life cycle. Pups look good, none look like water pups. All sword that I can see. But your plants do look tall for the variety they are. Great looking. Thanks for sharing,
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