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I found out elsewhere that they seem to be crane fly larvae, which fits the images google spits out. This makes sense, crane flies are fairly common where I live (close to the Rhine), and I remember spotting one in my apartment a few months back, despite fly screen on the windows. That's probably the one responsible for these larvae, or maybe it just came ...


It is also advised to take the picture from an angle where the whole stem is visible down to the soil. A sudden death of the top part may result from basal rot, be it from overwatering or just compacted soil having difficulty draining, or a pathogen. Bamboo is correct about the yellowing of the bottom leaves: the old leaves turn yellow and fall-off first. ...


It will likely require a very large pot to grow fruit. When I have had bananas produce fruit , the plant has been over 12 feet tall.

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