no you cant.....the plant thats hearty enough to grow here in Westcoast is called Musa Basjoo.....my "groves" always start out as a couple of small $20 plants from Costco.....they spread!! I cut it back to about 6 ft tall (take all leaves off) mid Nov....mulch it and cover with plastic until mid March. For 4 months its covered n protected.
very nice, are those Quantium led boards with the LM561C or LM301b/LM301H all these LEDs are Great the later ones get better power efficacy, their amazing boards have had a couple over the years I run a blend of those boards with Vero 29 gen 7 cob's that perfume just great with the mix. The board is 3500K and the cobs have mixed 3000K/4000K.
Cant wait to move so I can start growing anything again I miss it a lot, also growing pot is pretty easy compared to some of the things I have seen RJbarker grow, mainly s I think lol
good luck seems like they're doing great same to you barker
The s dont require anything special other than good sun. Dont do anything special to the soil...lots of agua in the summer..cut back to about a 5ft - 6ft stock in mid Nov (remove asll leaves)...mulch n cover (cold temps as in repeated frost will eventually kill the plant down to ground level). It will come back in the Spring if allowed to die down, but you wont get the spectacular 15ft high trees.
Takes about 3-5 seasons for the plant to produce the little non edible s. Once a plant produces fruit, its done and you cut it down...new "pups" will pop up periodically.
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