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Banana : A Fantastic Food (Must Have in Garden)

Banana is fruit which is cultivated from ancient age. In New guinea, south-east Asia this fruit is cultivated from 5000 BC and possibly to 8000 BC. From south-east Asia it goes to Africa and then it spread all over world.

Now, Banana is a very common fruit with very special food-values in it. In our country, India, the bananas are cultivated & consumed in a large amount and people said, this fruit is truly poor people's diet or food.

There are many different type of bananas available. Most of them are seedless although, some of them are seedy type bananas.

The Bananas are basically one-time plant; which means, on a banana-plant, we can expect fruit not more than one time. After fruiting, its plants are dried. But, we can grow the banana garden through its baby plants which are came-out from the main plant's side.

In Banana, there are many food-values included. It generates and supplies energy in a very short time. During any kind of sports, the players took this fruit for getting fast energy. In an interview, one of most famous captain of Indian cricket-team told this secret. He told about the ripen banana fruit.

In Indian Culture, Seedy Bananas are especially significant to offering with another foods to God. It is said, Lord Krishna is one of those who prefers bananas. The menu prepared from seedy banana is most favorite of Lord Krishna.

In India, there are many people exists who consumes vegetarian food only. For those vegetarian people, banana is a common fruit / vegetable.

Food value of Banana: (Raw)

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

Energy---371 kJ (89 kcal)

Carbohydrates---22.84 g

Sugars---12.23 g

Dietary fiber---2.6 g

Fat---0.33 g

Protein---1.09 g


Thiamine (B1)---(3%)0.031 mg

Riboflavin (B2)---(6%)0.073 mg

Niacin (B3)---(4%)0.665 mg

Pantothenic acid (B5)---(7%)0.334 mg

Vitamin B6---(31%)0.4 mg

Folate (B9)---(5%)20 μg

Choline---(2%)9.8 mg

Vitamin C---(10%)8.7 mg


Iron---(2%)0.26 mg

Magnesium---(8%)27 mg

Manganese---(13%)0.27 mg

Phosphorus---(3%)22 mg

Potassium---(8%)358 mg

Sodium---(0%)1 mg

Zinc---(2%)0.15 mg

Other constituents

Water---74.91 g

How to Grow Banana in your Garden:-

It's too simple. In a very small place also it can be grown. First of all, collect some plants of banana; dig in soil & place the plant there. That's it. Provide some sun-light. after an year, you can get the fruit from it. No need to waste your extra care behind it. It's a easy fruit.

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