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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:23pm On Dec 30, 2015
Use clean planting material. Ensure that suckers to be used for planting new fields are free from pests.Remove all trash from suckers and pare the corm to remove all roots and discoloured portions. Pared suckers are further dipped in a 4% Triazophos, Basudin or Vydate L solution. Allow suckerstodryforatleasttwenty-fourhoursbeforeplanting.Suckers so treated will be protected against weevil attack for

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by fijk: 3:42pm On Dec 30, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 12:31pm On Dec 31, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:18pm On Dec 31, 2015
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:12pm On Jan 02, 2016
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 Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:34pm On Jan 06, 2016
BENEFITS OF PLANTAIN
1. It is a good source of iron for everybody particularly the unripe ones
2. A good source of income for its owner
3. It offers employment opportunity to other people and gives esteem to the owner
4. it can be converted into flour, roasted, cooked, boiled or fried for sales
5.Plantain is a very good cheap business that cost almost nothing to embark on
6. It can grow on any type of soil
7. It is an all year round productive fruit once cultivated

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 6:13pm On Jan 07, 2016
Moko disease is a virulent bacterial infection that causes the fruits to ripen prematurely and kills infected plants in just a few weeks. Panama disease or fusarium wilt, on the other hand, is caused by the fungus Fusarium oxyforumcubense and is so damaging that it single-handedly destroyed the Nigerian Plantain industry only 3 years after it was discovered.Click here to download more information www.sedulusplantainsucker.com.ng

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 10:37pm On Jan 09, 2016
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 11:04pm On Jan 09, 2016
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): 9:09pm On Jan 15, 2016
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 2:04pm On Jan 16, 2016
Panama disease is a fungal disease that attacks the roots and colonizes the conducting tissue of the pseudostem, causing the plant to collapse. In the home landscape situation, soil infested with Panama disease will limit the varieties that may be successfully grown.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 7:13pm On Jan 19, 2016
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:17pm On Jan 24, 2016
The seeds are tiny black specks running through the center of the fruit. In commercial plantations, the parent banana plant dies after harvest and is replaced with a daughter plant.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 9:38am On Jan 27, 2016
Just in two months your suckers will be ready. In this case if you have decided to have either the ‘ebanga’, ‘ngumba’ or ‘nyale’ species of plantains (species of plantains in the South West), you can make a small demonstration farm from where you will get your suckers for your propagator that is used in the PIF technique of multiplication. If you decide to plant all it is good to label so that you don’t confuse when selling the seedlings or planting your plantation. The false decapitation can give you up to 15 seedlings and you can always return to the demonstration propaga-ting farm for suckers..

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:07pm On Feb 01, 2016
However, plantain plantation is a business to invest in going by the global acceptability of plantain and varied usefulness of its derivatives. M ost importantly, plantain plantation business could further diversify into the production of plantain chips for effective forward integration. This will ensure prompt supply of plantain with good grip in supply price and ultimately increase effectiveness i n raw materia

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 9:31pm On Feb 02, 2016
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): 10:12pm On Feb 04, 2016
Has it ever occurred to anyone that Plantain has become one of the most consumed source of food in Nigeria today, at home, in the bus or while treking to work, you will always see either roasted, fried or cooked plantain sellers selling this God given rich in iron food. Plaintain can be converted into any form of food and it is highly recommended by the health experts. Plantain costs you nothing if you want to venture into it as a business, it rather brings you untold wealth.
For unemployed men and women looking for one job or the other to catter for themselves and their family, i think and wish you would consider getting into plantain cultivation. I bet you will never regret in the next 7months and above with its year round production.

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 9:55pm On Feb 09, 2016

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:37pm On Feb 14, 2016
It takes a while to change the texture of your soil, but it is possible. Clifford advises working 6 to 8 inches of organic matter, such as leaves, into the soil. Spread leaves on your garden, use your lawnmower to chop them up, and then spread liquid nitrogen on top to speed up the decomposition process. Let this sit for about a month, then turn it into the soil. The earthworms will do the rest. (Ideally, you want to do this in the fall before it gets cold.)Visit:www.sedulusplantainsucker.com.ng or www.facebook.com/sedulusplantainfarming

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 9:57pm On Feb 21, 2016
What do you intend to know about the soil texture....and test of soil before make a moves on setup of plantain plantation ....first we need to put into consideration is is the check of soil texture followed by phosphorus down to the topographic condition... Visit : www.sedulusplantainsucker.com.ng

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 7:20pm On Feb 23, 2016
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by tiwasiaife(m): 3:54pm On Feb 28, 2016
please can plantain tribe or do well in a mudy environment I.e area with much clay soil during raining season the soil also retains much water but dry season it dries it breaks.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 10:38am On Feb 29, 2016
Two things are involve.....it will do better but you must calculate it that the plantain must be at least 5 month old before dry season ... Then it have come off age to retain much water to use by dry season ...thanks
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:20pm On Feb 29, 2016
MANAGEMENT STRATEGY 1. Sanitation: Use clean planting material. Ensure that suckers to be used for planting new fields are free from pests.Remove all trash from suckers and pare the corm to remove all roots and discoloured portions. Pared suckers are further dipped in a 4% Triazophos, Basudin or Vydate L solution. Allow suckers to dry for at least twenty four hours before planting.Suckers treated will be protected against weevil attack for at least 3 to 4months ...visit:www.sedulusplantainsucker.com.ng

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 3:08pm On Mar 01, 2016
HOW TO START PLANTAIN CULTIVATION
1. Do you have an empty land? if yes you are well positioned, it grows in all kinds of soil but best in a loamy soil
2. Prepare the soil by decomposing it with decaying plants, mulch etc., this is to protect the suckers from the harsh sun that may dehydrate it
3. Get plantain suckers from heathy plant and cut space them
4. In case you wish to add fertilizers, use very little and ensure they are mostly good NPK fertilizers.
5. Do not weed the plantain with any form of modern implement especially at their early stage of development, use mostly hand to weed so as not to harm the tender sucker
6. water them as may be needed
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 6:08pm On Mar 04, 2016
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:26pm On Mar 06, 2016
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Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 11:07am On Mar 13, 2016
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

An object of this invention is to provide a novel method of providing nutrients and for controlling pathogens infecting banana and plantain plants by implanting a slow release implant containing nutrients and/or pesticides and fungicides into banana and plantain plants. Nutrients and/or pathogen controlling substances are slowly released into the banana or plantain plants over a period of time thereby obviating the need to fertilize and/or apply a pathogen controlling substance to the banana and plantain plants being treated.
Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 4:31pm On Mar 18, 2016
Presently, the standard recommendation for nematode control in plantain/banana crops is the use of clean planting materials (thoroughly pared corms or micropropagated plantlets), treated with a nematicide, with follow ups at regular intervals. However, due to the environmental impact and consumer health considerations, attempts at breeding nematode resistant plantain/banana cultivars areongoing.Vida tel is also recommended for controlling

Re: Treated Dwarf Cameroonian Hybrid Plantain & Banana Suckers + Delivery by sedulus(m): 7:16pm On Mar 19, 2016
For unemployed men and women looking for one job or the other to catter for themselves and their family, i think and wish you would consider getting into plantain cultivation. I bet you will never regret in the next 7months and above with its year round production.Read More

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