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Tissue Culturing & Other Propagation Techniques of Banana Plants This forum is for discussing propagation techniques of banana plants. Tissue culturing is the popular process of creating clones from a source plant. There are other techniques to propagate banana plants however, such as nicking corms or dividing corms. Learn more inside.


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Old 06-25-2020, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default I'm lost in the sea of hydroponics...!

I'm looking to perhaps dip my toe into the water that is hydroponics (ha!). With so many different setups to choose from, what tends to yeild the best results, without breaking the bank when it comes to the hardware?

I'm only looking to have one, and maybe two at max, tanks for a banana and possibly a papaya one day (if they weren't so susceptible to randomly dying off as seedlings).

As there are quite a few members who have tried different techniques, I was wondering if anyone could enlighten me to what setup would work really well in this mysterious world of hydroponics. Surface area needs to be fairly compact laterally, since I'm running out of space, but hight isn't really an issue.
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Old 06-27-2020, 06:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Smile Re: I'm lost in the sea of hydroponics...!

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I'm looking to perhaps dip my toe into the water that is hydroponics (ha!). With so many different setups to choose from, what tends to yeild the best results, without breaking the bank when it comes to the hardware?

I'm only looking to have one, and maybe two at max, tanks for a banana and possibly a papaya one day (if they weren't so susceptible to randomly dying off as seedlings).

As there are quite a few members who have tried different techniques, I was wondering if anyone could enlighten me to what setup would work really well in this mysterious world of hydroponics. Surface area needs to be fairly compact laterally, since I'm running out of space, but hight isn't really an issue.
For best tips go to the cannibis forums ...the equipment and techniques are exactly the same.
There you can find the best of the best DYI and deals on the internet.
Some of the DYI stuff is genius and I have had quite a few fantastic takeaways for my spinach and tomatoes.
Bananas need a large well lit footprint 8x8 on up.

The only difference ......at the end of the day cannibis is 1800.00 a pound while bananas might fetch 79 Cents U.S

Happy gardening.

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