BANANA

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BANANA

A derogatory term; acronym for Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anybody. Much stronger than NIMBY—Not In My Back Yard.

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The lab is the multiplication of Disease Free Banana Plants developed through Tissue Culture Technology'.
Banana plant height and pseudostem diameter are important parameters in crop management because they are related to plant vigour and they affect bunch harvesting and breaking/tipping adult plants, consequently causing fewer losses in yield (Farias, Donato, Pereira, & Silva, 2010).
The aim of the present study was to compare the interaction of dead and live pathogen with Grand Naine banana plants.
1] of seeds using spacing of 20 cm between rows and 50 cm away from the banana trees; c) consortium of black oat 'IAPAR 61 Ibipora' and forage turnip 'IPR 116' between the lines banana plants with 8 kg [ha.
Collection and processing of banana stalks: Banana plants were randomly sampled from a banana plantation after harvesting of the fruit.
For instance, in southern India, the banana plant has enormous cultural symbolism because of its distinctive physical and biological characteristics; there is a use for every part of the plant and its ability to produce fruits without seed and regenerate multiple plants from the root without seeding are considered as symbolic of its magical powers in ensuring the continuity of life.
Banana plants are vegetatively propagated and are grown in all tropical agriculture systems.
A typical banana plant takes anywhere from six to nine months to become productive after which it dies and a new sucker spring out from its carcass, yet to allude the resiliency of the banana tree to that of the country's banana industry would be an oversight.
As the stem of the banana plant is wasted, this new program will encourage its use for industrial production.
The cultivation of banana plant in Pakistan is carried out in an area of 31,000 hetares with a production of 190.
To keep the moisture in, they use uthrub or banana plant stalks.