Which root system banana plant have?


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2014-12-28 04:53:43
2014-12-28 04:53:43

Banana plant being a monocot has fibrous root system.

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adventisious as it is monocotyledonous

No, you cannot root a banana plant from a banana. You can buy a banana plant at some nurseries (depending on where you live) or, over the Internet. Once you have one banana plant you can yield the 'suckers' (side shoots from the original plant to yield more bananas.)

Fiberous as it is monocotyledonous

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