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Re: bananas and drained soil
Good, then just maybe, possibly there is some hope that someone will catch
the rains correctly and find those robertsoni!
(Hey that was just what some site on the Net said. What a place to go for
info... ;) )
All the best again ... :)
> " Bananas - a
> quick search suggests - are faster growing plant which thrive better in
> drained soil. That does not bode well for the swamp. Often pesticides are
> I will have to disagree from a horticultural perspective and from
> experience. The more moist the area the better the bananas grow. Swamp
> the best as the muck is high in organics and there is plenty of moisture
> humidity, both of which bananas love!! Biggest problem for bananas and
> plantains alike is dry soil and drought.
> WE plant ours lakeside or in ditches and they thrive. Put them in a dry
> spot and it's a 50/50 chance the tree/clump will die off.
> Allen "Boat" Boatman
> Tampa, FL
> TBAS, SKS, AKA 08298, SAA 96, CRLCA
> Curious fly, Vinegar jug, Slippery edge, Pickled bug.
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