How it is possible?
For each and every tree saplings you must
dig 18" x 18"x 18" inches size pit. Then plant inside the pit under 12 inch depth .
Fill up natural composted cow dung and mother sand up to 12 inches. Now give
irrigation periodically up to 90 days. After harvest of intercrop earthling up
around the banana plant in to again 12 inches. Now more than 24 inches (2 feet) stem
completely covered by soil support with full of roots.
Here rain gun plays major role in this stage. We can give
irrigation with complete depth control for example all areas you can wet uniform 6
inches depth. So bottom support with full hard soil helps to withstand even with 65
kgs fruit weight. See photo
But think about flood irrigation in this matter. You cannot
control irrigation depth. Some area it goes to 24 inches depth and in some where it
wet only 6 inches based on water flow. Here over depth irrigation may give loose
soil and banana tree easily lay down due to fruit weight or heavy wind. So support