Commercial Cultivation of Banana

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Bananas are some of the most popular and famous fruits on the market. What few people know is that bananas are botanically a berry. They are produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa.

Bananas are cheap, yet loaded with healthy nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. In some countries, bananas used for cooking are called plantains.

With that in mind, how does the process of cultivating bananas look? What it takes for bananas to get from a tree to your local grocery shop? This documentary takes a look at the entire process, step by step.

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