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banana stump left on top of the ground for 4mo and still growing

Posted by southlatropical 9 South Louisiana (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 29, 07 at 22:44

After moving all my plants to our new home, I had way too many banana plants. A few of the stumps were left on the ground back in early March. All three are still alive. I seperated two pups from one of the stumps and sent them off in a recent trade as extras.

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RE: banana stump left on top of the ground for 4mo and still grow

I also found this picture I took of my kids playing with some banana pups I sent out on a trade. To the left of the kids you can see the brown dried out banana stumps piled in the first spot I placed them before I chopped the stalks up for mulch.

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RE: banana stump left on top of the ground for 4mo and still grow

Yep, they fo that.


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RE: banana stump left on top of the ground for 4mo and still grow

Great pic!


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RE: banana stump left on top of the ground for 4mo and still grow

Y'all must be getting some of that Texas rain. We're in a stage 4 drought here and there hasn't been enough rain for anything to take root here.


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