Originally Posted by bananimal
I still have a big Azomite bottle left from Peaceful Valley. My regimen for planting new bananas these days is dig a hole 16 inches wider and 3 inches deeper than the corm or rootball. I make a 50:50 fill mix of the dug out dirt and an organic mix. Organic mix is peatmoss, certified organic compost and black Kow manure. As well as azomite and 4 or 5 cups of worm castings. Also I wet the naner corm and roots and dust with mychorrizae powder.
I fill and tamp to set the top of the corm an inch or 2 higher than soil level. Finish fill in and topdress with a cup of 6-3-16 and Purdue chicken litter. Set the water emitters in place and whallar! Fruit to eat in a year or less.
You forgot to add the kitchen sink