How are bananas grown?

Planting banana plants does not require too much effort. It can be grown on your lawn; though, there is something you need to keep in mind. Banana plants can give you lots of bananas and be an excellent addition to the aesthetics of your garden.

As mentioned above, you should grip in mind if you are deciding to get your banana plant, it is highly prone to diseases, and it must be obtained from the government.

First things first, how are bananas grown? Do they come from trees or not?

Just a trivia, bananas are generated by sustained herbs developed from a big rhizome (a stalk that carries out tubers and shoots from its nodes). Fresh leaves emerge from deep in the loam, trying to force their way within the plant’s center point and arising at the crown. The rhizome, often known as a corm, generates new suckers.

These can be forced to eliminate and regrown away, or they can be left to substitute the mother plant after bearing fruits. Banana plants can reach a height usually up to five meters high, but home-grown banana plants have a size that can only get two to four meters high.

You cannot grow a banana plant by planting seeds. Here are some ways how to produce them: You can ask someone who grows a banana plant into their backyard. Ask them for the banana’s suckers or pups; banana plants reproduce a lot of it, which turns back anyway.

Cut it using a sharp shovel, and the suckers (choose a part that has a lot of roots in it) should be cut rightfully. Its growing point is the bottom’s plant. Another way is to get some of the banana plant’s rhizome and then chop it into pieces. Note that it takes more time than the option mentioned above. Every piece containing an eye can be planted, so make sure to check it all out.