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We supply suckers that were bred from high-performing sucker-producing parent plants and they are reputed for rapid growth, early fruiting, and high yield potential.

  • A sucker is a lateral shoot that develops from the rhizome and usually emerges close to the parent plant.
  • The offered products are high-quality suckers that produce healthy fruits and conversely make cultivation a profitable one for farmers.
  • Available suckers include banana, plantain, and pineapple suckers.

We sell in large quantities and we will be able to supply as much as you demand.


A sucker is a plant growth that develops from the rootstock of a plant that has undergone grafting.

  • A sucker grows from the base of the root of the plant at a certain distance away from the plant.
  • This undesirable part of the plant should be removed to prevent it from sucking away the plant’s energy.
  • Rooted suckers can be dug up and planted elsewhere.


Plants that produce suckers

  • Blackberries and raspberries boast an impressive list of about 250 species, all of which reproduce via suckers.
  • Other types of fruit that produce root suckers are apple trees, blueberries, cherry trees, plantain, plums, pears, pineapple, and banana.
  • In addition, several species of trees such as locust (Robinia) and elms (Ulmus) have aggressive roots that can spread via suckers.
  • Other trees that reproduce using root suckers are Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima), chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus), cottonwood poplar (Populus sp.), western redbud (Cercis occidentalis) and tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum).


Banana suckers

  • Both wild species of bananas and cultivated bananas produce suckers.
  • The clump of plants formed by the parent plant and its suckers is commonly called a mat. The botanical term for a mat is genet, and for a sucker is ramet.
  • Banana plants (Musa spp.), with sweet, nutritious fruit and attractive foliage, have many uses in the kitchen and home landscape.
  • Suckers come in three different types, but only sword suckers, or those with a well-developed root system, grow into thriving banana plants.
  • Maturity generally ranges from 15 to 24 months.
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