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Markus Altendorff

A Mixed Outlook

Pat Albright

Elevation Growth

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

22 June 2008 12h20 Central Texas Time -06 GMT

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Description: Elevation - 1 year Growth and tree top elevation. Is it better to cut them off at the ground.. or at a higher elevation for next years growth?

The Banana Tree grows rapidly. The objective was see how tall trees grow in one growing season. Last year we decided to Group A cut half of them to the ground line and remaining few Group B were cut at 4 foot elevation above ground. Spring time started in April.

On 20 June the Group A highest banana tree was about 3 feet above the ground. Group B has grown only about 2 feet but its top is 6 feet above the ground. Image was bracketed and tone balanced.

Answer? Cut them off at about 4 foot elevation above the ground line. They will eventually grow taller by end of summer season.

Temperatures: Air 101°F (38°c) Beer 36.5°f (2°c)
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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 22° 39' 37.75" N
Long: 97° 22' 17.1" W

Elevation: 787 Feet above (MSL) Mean Sea Level

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Equipment

Canon 5d, Sigma 8mm f3.5, Agno's Mrotator UT head, 12 raw CR2 images, Adobe Raw Converter 4.4.1, Adobe Photoshop CS3, Easypano Panoweaver 5, Ptgui 7.8, Pano2VR 2.0.2
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