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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:23pm On Apr 30, 2015
Increase food production Crop protection technologies allow U.S. producers to increase crop yields and efficiency of food production processes. Up to 40 percent of the world's potential crop production is already lost annually because of the effects of weeds, pests and diseases. These crop losses would be doubled if existing pesticide uses were abandoned.
Decrease the cost of food Because the use of pesticides improves crop yields, crop protection technologies also impact the cost of food. Without crop protection chemicals, food production would decline, many fruits and vegetables would be in short supply and prices would rise. Helping to keep food prices in check for the consumer is another large benefit of pesticides.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:47pm On May 02, 2015
Without these important crop protection and pest control technologies, Nigeria food production would decline, many fruits and vegetables would be in short supply, and the price of food would rise. What’s more, America’s production of important fibers for clothing, such as cotton, would decrease as farmers would lose their harvests and livelihoods to crop pests and diseases.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:28pm On May 06, 2015
. Spacing
The recommended spacing is 3 m between the plantain rows and 2 m within the row (in other words. 3 m x 2 m). An alternative is 2.5 m x 2.5 m. If spaced 3 m x 2 m, 1 hectare should contain 1667 plants, but with a spacing of 2.5 m x 2.5 m, it should contain 1600 plants. Rows should be straight in flat fields to give plants the maximum amount of sunlight. However, on sloping land, rows should follow the contour lines in order to decrease soil erosion.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:24pm On May 08, 2015
This to inform all our client that .....any plantain sucker that is bellow 500 pieces can't be payment at delivery... We only accept payment at delivery service from 1000 above....thank you....announcer Mr.Clifford
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:18pm On May 10, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by Recs(m): 9:55pm On May 10, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:34pm On May 13, 2015
Requirements
Plantains grow best in hot and humid climates, require a rainfall of at least 1000 mm (39.4 in) per year to survive and have a high light requirement. Plantains will grow optimally at 27°C (98.6°F) and require a deep soil, rich in organic matter which is well draining and well aerated. The plants will grow optimally in soil with a pH between 5.5 and 7.0. Young plantains are very susceptible to wind damage and it is recommended that they are planted in sufficient shelter or in a block so that the plants will protect one another.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 1:58pm On May 17, 2015
Plantations should be regularly monitored for presence of disease; if Moko is present, male buds should be removed and all tools thoroughly disinfected; infected plants may need to be destroyed along with any neighbouring plants
Black sigatoka
Mycosphaerella fijiensis
Symptoms
Red/brown flecks or spots on underside or topside of leaves; spots with dark or yellow border and grey centre; death of leaf surface; bunch not developing
Cause
Fungus
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:29pm On May 22, 2015
What we do sell is musa paradisiak a which is known as Giant Elephant and is a species from Cameroon which is the best hybrid so far..this are the type of species that the fruited are alway s big in nature and ...and it takes 10 to 12months to heavest ..the next heaviest don't take dat long before fruiting due to side by side suckers been germinating before the parent plantain gets ready for heavest.
We have different technique to plant plantain just to avoid weeds to fall them when mature and this thake practical aspect before comprehending with the the planting .....
To make a successful plantain business ..their are criterial we need to put into consideration.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 7:26pm On May 23, 2015
Plantains grow best in hot and humid climates, require a rainfall of at least 1000 mm (39.4 in) per year to survive and have a high light requirement. Plantains will grow optimally at 27°C (98.6°F) and require a deep soil, rich in organic matter which is well draining and well aerated. The plants will grow optimally in soil with a pH between 5.5 and 7.0. Young plantains are very susceptible to wind damage and it is recommended that they are planted in sufficient shelter or in a block so that the plants will protect one another.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 11:35pm On May 25, 2015
Symptoms
Reduced plant growth; reduced fruit production; tunnels may be visible in corm as rounded holes up to 8 mm in diameter; plants wilting and toppling over; destruction of root system; plant death; adult insect is a hard-shelled beetle which is almost black in color; adult is commonly found between leaf sheaths; larvae are creamy-white, legless grubs with a red-brown head

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:03pm On May 26, 2015
Procedure:

select suckers of at least 50 cm high or with 4-5 leaves
carefully dig around the base of the mother plant to expose the rhizome
cut the rhizome as close to the mother plant as possible, preferably with a piece of the tuber
dig the rhizome carefully out with as much of the lateral roots as possible
cut off the lower leaves, retaining only the new leaves as this will prevent young plants from drying out
let the sucker dry out for a couple of days, out of direct sunlight, so that the wound on the rhizome heals nicely
plant the sucker in a whole at the bottom of which you have put a layer of organic compost or manure
fill the whole and push the soil well so that the plant remains firmly upright
in a pot you will put a drainage layer of stones at the bottom and fill the pot with any fresh soil, it contains enough nutrients for the start of the young plant, you will need to fertilize about 1 month after plantation
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 5:52pm On May 29, 2015
You can leave the suckers so you get a nice group of plantain plants. But sometimes you want a new plant to be planted somewhere else in the garden or as a precaution to overwinter in a frost free place, even if it is a hardy species.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:56pm On May 30, 2015
Increase food production – Crop protection technologies allow Nigerians producers to increase crop yields and efficiency of food production processes. Up to 40 percent of the world's potential crop production is already lost annually because of the effects of weeds, pests and diseases. These crop losses would be doubled if existing pesticide uses were abandoned.
Decrease the cost of food – Because the use of pesticides improves crop yields, crop protection technologies also impact the cost of food. Without crop protection chemicals, food production would decline, many fruits and vegetables would be in short supply and prices would rise. Helping to keep food prices in check for the consumer is another large benefit of pesticides.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:16pm On Jun 02, 2015
ers
Plantains are vegetatively propagated, most often from suckers (shoots that grow from a bud at the base of the plant) or from corms (underground bulbs known as rhizomes). The use of whole corms is very laborious so it is more common to grow from small pieces of corm. There are three different types of banana suckers which are produced by the mother plant; maidenheads, sword suckers and water suckers. Maidenheads have a large pseudostem which does not produce fruit. Sword suckers have a narrow base, short pseudostem and narrow, blade-like leaves. They produce healthy, fruitful pseudostems when they mature Water suckers have short pseudostems and broad leaves. Water suckers are not strongly attached to the rhizome and generally produce weaker plants and less fruit. Maidenheads and large sword suckers are preferred over water suckers.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:02pm On Jun 04, 2015
Disease Control
Control of the two main plantain diseases, yellow sigatoka and black sigatoka, is indispensable. Good control has been obtained by monthly trimming of dead or broken green leaves hanging from the pseudostem and all leaves with necrotic spots covering more than one- third of the lamina. High population plantations have a lower incidence of these two diseases. This could be related to the increase in the length of the pathogen growth cycle induced by the modifications in light and temperature inside high-density plantations.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 5:09pm On Jun 06, 2015
Crop protection technology -- which includes all pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, as well as biotechnology products --helps control the thousands of weed species, harmful insects and numerous plant diseases that afflict crops.

Without these important crop protection and pest control technologies, U.S. food production would decline, many fruits and vegetables would be in short supply, and the price of food would rise. What’s more, America’s production of important fibers for clothing, such as cotton, would decrease as farmers would lose their harvests and livelihoods to crop pests and diseases.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by fijk: 3:06pm On Jun 07, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 6:22pm On Jun 09, 2015
To plant hecter, we must determine how many acres found in one hecter....
We all know that .....we have 2.5 acres make one hecter... and with 2x2 meters we plant up to 870 suckers in one Acres...so definitely we lookout on this calculations
870x2.5=2175 sucker can be planted on one acres of land .
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:25pm On Jun 10, 2015
Practical aspect of planting Musa Plantain suckers cost and requires a lot of attention…..but advisable you dig the ground like 9inches to 10inch deep apply manure before placing the sucker Undernet and cover it with the sand dog from it before and make sure you didn’t cover it with sand up to the default level to enable water absorption rest at the top uncovered level part. Make sure you did not weed with chemical (weedicide) when the plantains are still young (3-4 Months) it’s strongly advisable you use man power labor to weed. Fertilizer can be apply from 4 to 5 month after planting
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:00pm On Jun 12, 2015
This to inform all our client that .....any plantain sucker that is bellow 500 pieces can't be payment at delivery... We only accept payment at delivery service from 1000 above....thank you....announcer Mr.Clifford
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:24pm On Jun 17, 2015
Planting
The desired pieces of the plant are usually planted 30–60 cm (11.8–23.6 in) deep in the soil and should generally be planted at the end of the dry season or the beginning of the wet season. Plant spacing is dependent on the cultivar being planted. Frequent weeding is required until plants are tall enough to shade out competing plants and should be started about 6 weeks after planting. Plantains are fast growing and require the frequent addition of nutrients as well as additional irrigation in the dry season. Plantain is often grown alongside other crop plants with similar requirements, indeed, the young banana plants make excellent 'nurses' for other crops such as papaya or cocoa which can be grown very close to the young plantains.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 11:53am On Jun 20, 2015
Project Manager: For Sedulus plantain farming
Eborgu Clifford C.C
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Break down Benedict of One Hectre of plantain Farming
Plantain planted is 2175 pieces ,you divides 2175÷12=
We all understand that 12 is a dozen and its quite so sure that 12 is a dozen.
Market woman or buyers always buy in dozen which a dozen is 12 bunches of plantain.
Now !! Let us do that arithmetic together to our best know ledge and understanding.
Farmer sell's one dozens for for the lowest rate @ N12000..Please note all the figures where its belong....
Plantain sold @=N12000
A Dozen is =12
We planted 2175 plantain....
Let's now calculate all....
,..................................CALCULATION.....................
2175÷12=183 dozen of plantain realises now multiply by 12000 equal to N2,196,000 is you first income and note that its get multiplied after first harvest ....You planting this in first year get tripled the following year due to sucker germination by the side...for detail kindly visit us on our above address or www.Facebook.com/sedulusplantainfarming.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:56pm On Jun 22, 2015
In the overwhelming majority of cases tilling is done by hand. A hoe with a large blade is the universal tool for tilling. So far, only in some areas are ox-drawn ploughs used. But there are plans to extend this method of tilling to other parts of the country where the slopes are gentle. Deep ploughing as done in Europe would be disastrous in tropical conditions since it would aggravate soil erosion.

There are several traditional methods of tilling. The simplest one, practiced on fertile, well drained soil, is the simple scratching of the surface with a cutlass, planting maize seeds and covering them at once with soil. Tilling and planting are done at the same time. According to the slope of the land, the farmers often make mounds or ridges when tilling. These ridges, mounds or beds often contain grass and the remains of the previous crops as manure. Initially, ridges were made down the slope of a hill. In this way, work was easier for the women who worked moving uphill. Contour ridging means a much more uncomfortable working position, the more so the steeper the slope. The downward sloping ridges make erosion worse.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:06pm On Jun 24, 2015
In vitro-propagated plants of plantain (Musa spp., AAB group) did not manifest consistently superior horticultural performance compared to conventional propagules. Tissue culture plants grew vigorously and taller than sucker-propagated plants, but higher yield was not obtained, probably because of severe disease and suboptimal husbandry input. Phenotypic variation was higher in tissue culture plants, although this increase was not always statistically significant. There were no other detrimental effects of in vitro propagation on field performance. Botanical seed set rates for the two types of propagules were similar. The advantages of tissue-culture-derived plants as improved planting material would be most relevant for establishing field nurseries for further clean, conventional propagation of newly bred or selected genotypes.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:33pm On Jun 29, 2015
Vegetative growth Neither soil amendments, fertilizer applications methods nor fertilizer compositions had a significant effect on pseudostem height or girth, or on leaf area at flowering (Table 4). Treatment effects were only significant for the number of leaves at flowering between Saline-Ring-NPK plants (8.2 leaves/plant) and Amended-Mixed-NPK and Amended-Ring-NPK+micro plants (14.0 and 13.8 leaves/plant, respectively). Replacing the saline field soil in the root zone with non-saline soil improved the growth of ‘Malindi’ plants compared to those planted in saline soil. However, replacement soil plants did not reach the average size of ‘Malindi’ plants grown under optimum conditions in Oman (psedoustem height, 180 cm; MAF, 1995).
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:38pm On Jul 01, 2015
Place Your Order....We Sell Hybrids Plantain Sucker.....Don't just buy suckers other places,because they might sell to you the kind of sucker called maiden head suckers which always look big and fresh....the leaves are very greenish and tall looking like hybrids...when germinate but it does not bear any fruits....even if you leave it for 10 years it will continue looking fresh but no friutes...We Sedulus Plantain Farming brought a hybrid Plantain suckers call musa-Paradisiaca ...Place Order Now ....call 08057761905
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:53pm On Jul 03, 2015
Weed Control Strategy Weed control is nearly always designed to prevent or suppress a weed infestation. Eradication usually is attempted only in regulatory weed programs and in relatively small, confined areas, such as greenhouses or plant beds. To control weeds that are growing among or close to desirable plants, you must take advantage of the differences between the weeds and the desired species. Be sure that the plants you are trying to protect are not susceptible to the weed control method you choose. Generally, the more similar the desirable plant and the weed species are to one another, the more difficult weed control becomes. For example, broadleaf weeds are usually more difficult to control in broadleaf crops, and grass weeds are often difficult to control in grass crops. A plan to control weeds may include: biological control, cultural control, sanitation, and chemical control.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:17pm On Jul 05, 2015
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 Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:17pm On Jul 07, 2015
Weed Control Strategy Weed control is nearly always designed to prevent or suppress a weed infestation. Eradication usually is attempted only in regulatory weed programs and in relatively small, confined areas, such as greenhouses or plant beds. To control weeds that are growing among or close to desirable plants, you must take advantage of the differences between the weeds and the desired species. Be sure that the plants you are trying to protect are not susceptible to the weed control method you choose. Generally, the more similar the desirable plant and the weed species are to one another, the more difficult weed control becomes. For example, broadleaf weeds are usually more difficult to control in broadleaf crops, and grass weeds are often difficult to control in grass crops. A plan to control weeds may include: biological control, cultural control, sanitation, and chemical control. Chemical Control
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:46pm On Jul 09, 2015
Applying insecticides Thorough knowledge of the target pest helps determine what chemicals to use and how often to apply them. One well-timed application of an effective pesticide may provide the desired control. Sometimes repeated applications will be necessary as the infestation continues and pesticide residues break down. The pesticide label, Extension Service recommendations, and other sources, such as pesticide dealers, usually indicate a range of treatment intervals and dosages. By carefully observing the pest problem and applying chemicals when the pests are most vulnerable, you often will be able to use lower doses of pesticides and apply them less often. Over a long growing period, this can mean considerable savings in time, money, and total pesticides applied.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:44pm On Jul 22, 2015
Crop protection technology -- which includes all pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, as well as biotechnology products --helps control the thousands of weed species, harmful insects and numerous plant diseases that afflict crops.

Without these important crop protection and pest control technologies, U.S. food production would decline, many fruits and vegetables would be in short supply, and the price of food would rise. What’s more, America’s production of important fibers for clothing, such as cotton, would decrease as farmers would lose their harvests and livelihoods to crop pests and diseases.

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