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Plantain (Musa accuminata x M. balbislana [AAB group])

Plantain (Musa accuminata x M. balbislana [AAB group]) French: Plantain; Spanish: Plátano; German: Plantane, Kochbanane Under Tropical/Subtropical Conditions Crop data Plantains (cooking banana) are closely related to the familiar dessert banana.

Musa species (bananas and plantains)

Musa species (banana and plantain) Musaceae (banana family) aga' (ripe banana) (Chamorro), banana, dessert banana, plantain, cooking banana (English); chotda (Chamorro, Guam, Northern Marianas); fa'i (Samoa); hopa (Tonga); leka, jaina (Fiji); mai'a (Hawai'i); maika, panama (New Zealand: Maori ...

Plantain (Plantago lanceolata)

Features • winter-active, perennial herb • stands can regenerate from seed • adapted to a wider range of soils than chicory • moderate drought tolerance • moderate feed quality with a high mineral content.

Small and large growers work together to grow plantains

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Dwarf Rattlesnake-plantain - Federal Status: None

Dwarf Rattlesnake-plantain Goodyera repens (L.) R. Br. State Status: Endangered Federal Status: None . Dwarf Rattlesnake-plantain showing the evergreen

02.04. Wild Edibles of Missouri: White-Flowering Edibles ...

PLANTAIN (Plantago rugelii and P. lanceolata) FLOWERS: April-October DESCRIPTION: Basal leaves, parallel-appearing veins. Flower stalk holds terminal spikes.

Economic analysis of plantain processing industry in Akure ...

Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Vol. 3(4), pp. 77-81, April 2011 Available online http:// academicjournals.org/JAERD ISSN 2141-2154 ©2011 Academic Journals

Banana and Plantain: the Earliest Fruit Crops?

6 Annual Report 1995 Focus Paper I H istorical references to banana and plantain are many and varied. The earliest written reference to banana is in Sanskrit and dates back to around 500 BC.

Ayodele and Erema Pdf

plantain (Fp), roasted plantain (Rp), boiled and pounded plantain (BPp) and plantain flour (Pf) and control were done by the student’s t-test.

Weeds: Broadleaf plantain: Plantago major

Photo by: R. Parker Use IPM (Integrated Pest Management) for most successful weed management. Weeds: Broadleaf plantain: Plantago major Family: Plantaginaceae Cycle: Perennial Plant Type: Broadleaf Biology Description: Broadleaf plantain leaves are all basal, forming a low-growing rosette.