The banana tree is grown primarily for its fruit, and to a lesser extent for its trunk and decoration. Since the tree usually grows tall, straight, and somewhat firm, it is often mistaken for a real trunk, while its main “stem” is a “false stem”. The false stems of some species can grow to 2–8 m tall, with leaves extending to 3.5 m .
Care: plant windbreaks around the garden, limit leaf tearing and reduce yield. – Watering: at the seedling stage, water every 2 days, adult plants 2 times a week. In the rainy season (May-November), good drainage for banana gardens, a lot of rain in August-October can cause waterlogging. – Fertilizer: 150-200gr N; 50gr P2 and 200-250 gr K2O/plant/crop.
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