The seeds and tubers of the banana are often eaten by the fruit of the fruit tree (budwisteria).
The seeds are very good at breaking down the sugars of the plant, and can be used to make fertilizer, as well as for food production.
There are two kinds of banana peels, the large (1 inch to 1.5 inches long) and small (1/2 inch to 2 inches long).
The large peels have the advantage of being easier to store and to peel, and they are more nutritious, according to the USDA.
The small peels can be stored in plastic bags, but there is some controversy about their nutritional value.
The USDA recommends using small banana peel varieties in organic gardens, where the seeds are more easily available.
The seeds can be dried and ground, or used in an organic compost.
Banana peel fertilizer should be stored at room temperature, at about 35 degrees Fahrenheit (about 20 degrees Celsius).
The USDA has a good summary of the use of banana peel in the soil of organic gardens on its website.
The large banana peeling varieties are much easier to handle and can have better shelf life than smaller ones.
The most common banana peeled varieties include peels from the large and small varieties, and also from other plants.
For more information, check out the USDA’s website.