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    Just thinking of win I should end the dormancy? Itís been dormant from the end of November tell now.
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    thanksgiving to valentines is what i have heared! it should be ok
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    How are you growing the binatas? Are they outside or in a fridge or by a window sill? Mine naturally die back in November but also begin to wake up in January. I keep mine by window sills and the increased photperiod signals when to begin the new season.

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    Its in the fridge. Is yours starting to come alive?
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    I have one set in a plastic pipette container, on the lower tenant's kitchen window sill. Being at room temp, they woke up in January and their leaves are developed and open. More are in these buckets of minibogs, up in the attic, by a window. They are also responding to the increased photoperiod, but since it is significantly colder, they are about a month behind the former.

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