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  1. 20-10-2014
  2. Fruit Edible parts -Fruit, Flowers, Flower stalk, Stem The banana false stems usually have black marks on them. The canal of the leaf stalk is like an open drain. There are dry flapswhere the leaf stalk joins the false stem. The leaves are paddle shaped. These are diploid bananas. They can be...
  3. Sustainable Agriculture Research Elizabeth Langford, Patrick J Trail, Abram J Bicksler, Rick Burnette Abstract Smallholder farmers raising pigs in northern Thailand rely heavily on banana stalks as a fermented feed source, but struggle to reproduce banana plants fast enough to keep up with...
  4. Fruit Edible parts -Fruit, Flowers, Vegetable, Stalk, Corm, Root, Bud These are the main group of cultivated bananas. They can be classed into diploid, triploid and tetraploid kinds with variousamounts of the A or B parents. They grow 2-9 m high. They are large non woody herbs with broad long...
  5. Access Agriculture Training Video Across the world, people eat bananas and plantains. While some prepare banana as part of their main meal, many just eat it as a fruit. Once harvested, bananas don’t keep long and are easily damaged during handling and storage. But it is possible to turn your...
  6. Access Agriculture Training Video जानिए केले के घुन कों को कैसे पहिचाना जाए, कैसे उनहें नए केले के खेतों से बाहर रखा जाए और कैसे उनहें फंसाया जाए। उपलबध भाषा अंगरेजी उरदु कननड किननरवांडा / किरुंदी किसवहिली कीकूयू चिचेवा / नयंजा तमिल तमबूका फोन फरेंच बांगला बामबारा लुगांडा सपेनिश हिनदी
  7. But one of the most overlooked parts of the plant is its stem that often goes to waste after the culmination of production. While in many parts of India, the tender core of the stem is a part of local cuisines, the utilisation of the banana stem has found little scope in India, which is strange...
  8. Abstract, Journal of Soil Science and Agroclimatology, 2017 Banana stem water content is 90%. Therefore, it is potential as an alternative for planting media in limited agriculture lands due to their function changes. The aim of the research is to obtain information on cultivation technology and...
  9. The five hybrids illustrated in this booklet have all been successfully cultivated in at least one country. 8 pages, photos
  10. 01-01-2009 Bananas and plantains (Musa species) are important food staples in the tropics and subtropics.Over 400 million people throughout the developing countries of the tropics and subtropics are dependent on these crops, as both a staple food and an important commodity for marketing locally and...