A Monograph on Bamboo
The importance of Bamboo to rural community can hardly be over stressed since it is a versatile, multipurpose, forest species which contributes valuably towards the human economy providing a variety of goods. Even in today's world of plastic and steel this fastest growing species has not only maintained its place as a contributor of daily needs but also attained significance as an industrial raw material. There are about 75 genera and 1250 species of bamboos, each of them having widely differing characteristics and uses, such as construction material, raw material for paper pulp and rayon, traditional cottage handicrafts and food, etc. Need has been felt for the dissemination of available technology and related
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
acute Anon anthers apex areas Assam auricles Bahadur bamboo Bambusa arundinacea Bangladesh base blade branches broad brown Bull Camus causing cent China ciliate clumps cm long covered Culm-sheath culms cultivated cuttings Dehra Dun Dendrocalamus strictus diameter disease DISTRIBUTION Division edges effect empty ending felling flowering Forest Forestry Gamble Garhwal glabrous glumes green gregarious growth hairs hairy hills imperfect important India industry Inflorescence insect Institute internodes keels leaf Leaves ligule margin material method narrow natural nodes occurs Ovary ovate palea petiole Phyllostachys Plan plantations plants Pradesh Proc production propagation properties pulp recorded reported Research rhizomes rounded scabrous seed sheath shoots short side smooth species spikelets Stamens stigmas striate structure Studies style surface thick treatment upper usually Varmah veins walls wood yield young