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Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 7:34am On Jan 25, 2015
A REVIEW OF PLANTAIN PRODUCTION, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS The soils in Nigeria fall into four zones: (a) the northern zone of sandy soils; (b) the interior zone of laterite soils; (c) the southern belt of forest soils; and (d) the zone of alluvial soils. Forest soils in the southern belt are naturally fertile as a result of dense vegetation cover. This zone also contains laterite soils. Forest soils are good for cocoa, palm and rubber production and are also the main soil types in the plantain and banana producing regions of Nigeria. Plantain production is mainly in the Southern states of Nigeria, which include Akwa-Ibom, Cross River, Akwa-Ibom, Imo, Enugu, Rivers, Edo, Delta, Lagos, Ogun, Osun and Oyo states . Annual rainfall in these areas is usually above 1000 mm year-1, spread over 7 to 9 months. Plantain is transported to other parts of the country from these states.
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 9:42am On Jan 27, 2015
Sucker still available
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 7:40am On Jan 29, 2015
Hello are you interested on irrigation on ur farm ? Kindly get back to us

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 2:11pm On Jan 29, 2015
. Pests and Diseases. Black leaf streak and banana weevils (Cosmopolites sordidus) are the major disease and pest affecting plantain production in Nigeria. The appearance of black leaf streak was noticed in the country in 1986. Most plantains are susceptible to the disease, which causes 30–50% yield reductions (IITA, 1989). Observations in plantain producing regions showed that the disease occurred more in distant fields than in home gardens. Banana weevils cause snapping of fruit bearing plants, which forces farmers to give continuous attention to this pest. Introduction of several resistant cultivars and better cultural practices seems to have reduced its occurrence.
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:06pm On Jan 29, 2015
CONCLUSION Plantain production in Nigeria is still very much in the hands of small scale farmers who incorporate it into different farming systems. The effort of these farmers should be collaborated with a good and adequate social infrastructure, like better roads and transport and efficient extension services. Future research on plantains should address the issue of intensive cropping and nutrient and water requirements to increase productivity both on-station and on-farm with farmers’ participation. This will assist in meeting the ever increasing demand of this crop by both household consumers and the new small scale industries. With the recent interest in establishment of plantain farms, as evident by the increase in cultivation/harvested areas, the country’s productivity will be tripled in the next few years. It is believed that the country will for a long time be one of the highest producers of plantain around the world. Written by Mr.Clifford
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 7:21am On Feb 01, 2015
Propagators are used for sprouting of new seedlings and hardening of the subsequent sprouts. Simple propagators can be constructed using fairly cheap materials, such as bamboo and polythene sheets. Enterprising banana seedling producers could use iron rods and cast a concrete floor. It is important that at least 50% shade is provided and that the fragile seedlings are well-protected, by constructing a shade above the propagators. A convenient size for a propagator is 1.5 (width) x 5.0 (length) x 1 (height) meter. Propagators should be kept clean and completely covered with transparent polyethylene sheets. Humidity and temperature should be high. The propagator compartments can be made using wood or bricks and should measure not more than 0.5 m in height. Continue reading by purchase of eBook....reply to purchase or call 08057761905
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 3:04pm On Feb 03, 2015
The Sedulus Plantain Farming has been investigating alternative means for producing clean planting material. Macro-propagation is a relatively easy technique that is carried out in a shed or even in the field. It consists of generating suckers from clean planting material by removing the apical dominance. Macro-propagation can be classified into two categories: field-based techniques, based on complete or partial decapitation, and detached corm techniques, practiced in a shed. Continue Reading by Purchasing online materials....

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by heavyu: 6:32am On Feb 04, 2015
What is the cost implication of setting up drip irrigation on one acre of land
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:34am On Feb 04, 2015
Its depend on the land topography..... And only wen we come to check on de land sir....is not possible we just mension a certain amount... Its not professional...... If anybody should tell u a certain amount....thanks sirk...send ur email let me send details to u sir.thanks Clifford
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 2:40pm On Feb 04, 2015
Hello....We are still waiting for your...order
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 4:16pm On Feb 05, 2015
About four to seven suckers, depending on banana or plantain cultivar, will sprout three weeks after removal of the apical dominance. Sprouted suckers are detached immediately once they attain three to four leaves (usually when they measure 20-30 cm in height). Detached suckers are transferred directly to the field
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 3:36pm On Feb 06, 2015
bag of inorganic fertilizer is sold at the rate of N5,300 to N5, 800 at the market
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 2:40pm On Feb 08, 2015
Its approaching rainy season, its time to get prepared for cultivation on plantain ........We have Cameroon hybrids plantain for sale at cheap prises ....hurry call mr.Clifford on any of the above number....

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 7:50am On Feb 09, 2015
hello.....Good morning
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by fijk: 7:59am On Feb 09, 2015
Mr.Clifford..... I want to thank and appreciate you for the good work you ave been doing including the hybrids Sucker u sold to me last season..... they are the best Suckers and may God Give u power to continue this your great work in agriculture
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:03am On Feb 09, 2015
haaaa..sir longest tym thank u very much for the acknowledgment that is y we are always deer for you to server provide plantain Suckers for you Sir ...hope they are doing well sir ? thank you very much sir
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 7:04am On Feb 11, 2015
hello gudmorning
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:40am On Feb 13, 2015
3. The Taungya Farming System. Plantains (and banana) are grown with forestry species (e.g., Gmelina arborea, teak (Tectona grandis), etc.). Here the Musa spp. serve a dual purpose, first as a means of taking care of the trees and secondly as a means of income before the maturity of the trees. The crops are phased out once the trees are established. This is commonly practiced in Ogun, Ondo and Edo states. The prevalence of this system in the last 20 years is low, but it accounts for about 10% of the total production...Contact Clifford ...

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:45am On Feb 13, 2015
3. The Taungya Farming System. Plantains (and banana) are grown with forestry species (e.g., Gmelina arborea, teak (Tectona grandis), etc.). Here the Musa spp. serve a dual purpose, first as a means of taking care of the trees and secondly as a means of income before the maturity of the trees. The crops are phased out once the trees are established. This is commonly practiced in Ogun, Ondo and Edo states. The prevalence of this system in the last 20 years is low, but it accounts for about 10% of the total production ...
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:30am On Feb 16, 2015
this is rain season and we expect full rain by march....do u want to wait till rushing hours ....kindly make sure you have made all available of ordering .......down....thanks mr.clifford
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 1:27pm On Feb 17, 2015
Plantain suckers is available
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 10:38am On Feb 20, 2015
I supply in portharcut today

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Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by dotmoth4life: 10:57am On Feb 20, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 9:07am On Feb 21, 2015
We just supply to portharcut just yesterday... its now tym to plant in portharcut

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 6:42pm On Feb 22, 2015
insecticide to spray on ur suckers before planting

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 9:30pm On Feb 23, 2015
just supplied in benin

Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 11:15am On Feb 24, 2015
Plantain (Musa spp.) occupies a strategic position for rapid food production in Nigeria. It is ranked third among starchy staples. The country’s output doubled in the last 20 years. Production, which is concentrated in the Southern part of the country, still remains largely in the hands of small scale farmers who, over the years, have ingeniously integrated it into various cropping systems. Production is male dominated, while women essentially handle marketing. The inadequate knowledge of improved cultural practices of the crop by the farmers, an inefficient system of extension services and skewness of specialization in areas of research are part of the reasons why yield potential of plantain is still low in the country. Contributions of plantain to the income of rural households in major producing areas in Nigeria continue to increase tremendously in the last few years. Unlike some other starchy staples whose demand tend to fall with rising income, demand for plantain increases with increasing income. With the potential for industrial processing of plantain, which has recently been adopted, and the increased interest in production by small and large scale farms in the country, it is believed that Nigeria will continue to be one of the world’s largest producers of plantain.
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 8:28pm On Feb 24, 2015
Plantain (Musa spp.) occupies a strategic position for rapid food production in Nigeria. It is ranked third among starchy staples. The country’s output doubled in the last 20 years. Production, which is concentrated in the Southern part of the country, still remains largely in the hands of small scale farmers who, over the years, have ingeniously integrated it into various cropping systems. Production is male dominated, while women essentially handle marketing. The inadequate knowledge of improved cultural practices of the crop by the farmers, an inefficient system of extension services and skewness of specialization in areas of research are part of the reasons why yield potential of plantain is still low in the country. Contributions of plantain to the income of rural households in major producing areas in Nigeria continue to increase tremendously in the last few years. Unlike some other starchy staples whose demand tend to fall with rising income, demand for plantain increases with increasing income. With the potential for industrial processing of plantain, which has recently been adopted, and the increased interest in production by small and large scale farms in the country, it is believed that Nigeria will continue to be one of the world’s largest producers of plantain. Contact us for more detail
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 6:27am On Feb 26, 2015
hello good day ....
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 3:10pm On Feb 26, 2015
FOR A SUCSSESSFUL PLANTAIN
You need to make sure that u source for the rightful suckers which are the once we have here..
The spacing in which u are planting .
Numbers of suckers that can contain one acre which u can finally use to calculate what hectres ,acres or plots u want to plant ...
BENEFITS AND INCOME OF ONE ACRE OF PLANTAIN FARM
In one acre of land ,you will need 750 suckers planted with the spacing of 3by3 meter and in between the meter left can still contain other crops like peaniple, or other crop but make so sure that ,the crop do not hinders...
The income for one acre of plantain is calculated by 750 divided 12 which is 62.2 let say 64 multiply by N8,000 equal to N512,000.00 is your initial income
This is the brake down in one acre.
Sucker planted is 750
Market women buy in dozen which is 12 is one dozen
750÷12=62.2
That is 62.2 dozen is what one acre produced
And market women do buy one dozen for N8,000
Now multiply 62.2 dozen with N8000 =512,000.00 is ur initial income for one acre
Thank sir Clifford for Sedulus Plantain Farming
Re: Treated Dwarf Hybrids Plantain Sucker With Big Rapid Fruit production by sedulus(m): 7:21am On Feb 27, 2015
sedulus:
FOR A SUCSSESSFUL PLANTAIN
You need to make sure that u source for the rightful suckers which are the once we have here..
The spacing in which u are planting .
Numbers of suckers that can contain one acre which u can finally use to calculate what hectres ,acres or plots u want to plant ...
BENEFITS AND INCOME OF ONE ACRE OF PLANTAIN FARM
In one acre of land ,you will need 750 suckers planted with the spacing of 3by3 meter and in between the meter left can still contain other crops like peaniple, or other crop but make so sure that ,the crop do not hinders...
The income for one acre of plantain is calculated by 750 divided 12 which is 62.2 let say 64 multiply by N8,000 equal to N512,000.00 is your initial income
This is the brake down in one acre.
Sucker planted is 750
Market women buy in dozen which is 12 is one dozen
750÷12=62.2
That is 62.2 dozen is what one acre produced
And market women do buy one dozen for N8,000
Now multiply 62.2 dozen with N8000 =512,000.00 is ur initial income for one acre
Thank sir Clifford for Sedulus Plantain Farming

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