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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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Islamabad -- A first-ever plant tissue cultural laboratory was set up at the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIIOU) to promote the growth of banana plant in the country.
Potassium is the macronutrient extracted in greater amounts by banana plants (62% of the total macronutrient and 41% of the plant nutrients), which directly affects photosynthesis, the translocation of photosynthates, and the water balance in plants and fruits (Kumar & Kumar, 2008; Moreira, 1999).
The galleries reported in the rhizome of the plants can compromise its development, affecting not only crop yield but also the longevity of the banana plants (RUKAZAMBUGA et al.
Previously isolated culture of Root Knot Nematode (RKN) from fusarium wilt infected banana plants was maintained in water broth solution at 27[degrees]C (Rajasekar et al, 1997).
The positive effect of these elements on the vegetative growth of banana plants has been reported by other authors, including Ratke et al.
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.
The Experiment was conducted to investigate the response of banana plants to microelements (ME), humic acid (H.
Most banana plants, a few mango trees, ipil-ipil and similar types of trees are downed or broken
In order to study plant parasitic and soil inhabiting nematodes of fresh-water, soil samples from the field of tomato, maize, okra and banana plants and root samples of the said plants were collected from Dergai, Warsak, Dera Ismail Division (D.
Looking at satellite images of remote oases, he found what he thought may be an ideal ecosystem for banana plants in Umq Bir, the head oasis of Wadi Tiwi in Jebel Bani Jaber.