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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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Although the banana plants have yet to bear fruit, he's hoping for a bumper crop next year.
PARC's tissue culture facility at National Sugarcane and Tropical Horticulture Research Institute at Thatta can play a vital role in producing and supplying tissue cultured Banana Plants especially of G-9 variety with potential yield of 60 metric tons per acre per annum.
Stick to tropical varieties such as palms, banana plants, aloe vera and cacti and dot them around the room in big baskets or decorative planters.
Stick to tropical varieties, such as palms, banana plants, aloe vera and cacti, and dot them around the room in big baskets or decorative planters.
Banana plants (Musa spp.) are one of the most important crops in several countries as a source of enriched food, being responsible for up 15% of total fresh fruit production and the fourth most relevant crop worldwide after rice, wheat, and maize [1].
Under his Administrative control, the NIGAB laboratory earned a name in production of disease-free potato seed and banana plants and is engaged in modern research technologies and problem-oriented research objectives, it added.
Panama Disease is a widely documented pathogen that affects the roots of banana plants. It is a type of Fusarium wilt that causes these plants to die and is caused by a fungal pathogen Fusarium oxysporum  f.
Walk around the new exotic garden at RHS Garden Wisley, the horticultural charity's flagship site, and you'll be transported to faraway places amid great, leafy banana plants, pint-sized pineapples, zingy yellow and orange cannas, lushleaved ginger and wafting palms.
A college town just outside of Brussels is an unlikely place to find banana plants - yet the University of Leuven hosts the world's largest banana collection, with more than 1,500 different varieties.
Among the hybrid banana plants, higher pest infestations were reported on PA 9401 (AAAB), BRS Tropical (AAAB), BRS Victoria (AAAB), Bucaneiro (AAAB), and YB 4203 (AAAB) (coefficient of infestation =10) (Table 1).
The aim of the present study was to compare the interaction of dead and live pathogen with Grand Naine banana plants. Grand Naine is a large fruit yielding dwarf Cavendish variety with height of 6.5 to 7.5 ft introduced to India from Israel remains choice of farmers as the bunches of banana fruits can be harvested within twelve to thirteen months from the date of planting.