Treated Dwarf Hybrid Banana Suckers are planting materials of the banana fruit of genus Musa and family Musaceae. The sucker is a lateral shoot that develops from the rhizome and usually emerges close to the parent plant.
- Treated Dwarf Hybrid Banana Suckers starts fruiting 9-11 months after planting date.
- Treated dwarf hybrid banana sucker can adapt to a wide range of ecosystems
- High and healthy yield potential.
- Resists disease caused from bacterial, fungal, viral and nematode infestation.
- Produces banana of an average length of 6-10 inches.
- The bananas contain about 74% water, 23% carbohydrate, 1% protein, and 0.5% fat.
- The skin of the banana is green at initial stage and eventually turns yellow when the banana is ripe and the inner flesh is white.
- The healthy yield of Treated Dwarf Hybrid Banana Suckers makes cultivation easy and more profitable for farmers.
- Banana plantations from this sucker are not susceptible to attack by microorganisms hence increasing the long term productivity of the banana tree and the shelf-life of the banana fruit.
- Its fruit is a good source of vitamin B6, potassium and fiber. These are necessary nutrients in the body.
- Its fruit may be considered a mood enhancer because it contains the amino acid, tryptophan and vitamin.
- Produces a nutritious fruit that has an attractive flora that is used in the home landscape.
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