SCIENTIFIC NAME : BAMBUSA ARUNDINACEA
COMMON NAME: THORNY BAMBOO
FROM: INDIA/ CHINA
AVERAGE HEIGHT: 25 MTS
AVERAGE DIAMETER: 4 – 5 INCHES
RADICULAR CLASSIFICATION: GROWS IN STUMP
USES: CARPENTRY, FURNITURE, ORNAMENTAL FLOWERY,   PAPER PRODUCTION
CHARACTERISTICS: BAMBOO OF THORNY SHOOTS AND IT IS A TYPE OF BUSH WITH A LOT OF BRANCHES


SCIENTIFIC NAME : BAMBUSA TULDOIDES
COMMON NAME: PUNTING POLE BAMBOO
FROM: CHINA
AVERAGE HEIGHT: 10 MTS
AVERAGE DIAMETER: 1.5 INCHES
RADICULAR CLASSIFICATION: GROWS IN STUMP
USES: ORNAMENTAL
CHARACTERISTICS: SIMILAR TO THE BAMBUSA TULDA BUT NOT THAT BIG AND ROBUST. IT PRODUCES A BIG AMOUNT OF THICK CANES THAT GROW IN GROUPS AND VEY TIGHT. IT HAS A LOT OF BRANCHES AND LEAVES. DARK GREEN AND STRAIGHTEN.


SCIENTIFIC NAME: BAMBUSA BEECHAYANA VARIEDAD PUBENSES
COMMON NAME: BEECHEY’S BAMBOO
FROM: ASIA/ CHINA, HONG KONG
AVERAGE HEIGHT: 25 MTS
AVERAGE DIAMETER: 4-5 INCHES
RADICULAR CLASSIFICATION: GROWS IN STUMP
USES: ORNAMENTAL, EATABLE CULMS
CHARACTERISTICS: IT DEVELOPS A ROUNDED BUSH. SOMETIMES TAKES A KIND OF WHITE-GREEN COLOR. ERECTED BAMBOO WITH THICKER HAIR NODES AND LOWER BRANCHES.


SCIENTIFIC NAME : MELOCANA BACCIFERA
COMMON NAME: MULI BAMBOO
FROM: INDIA
AVERAGE HEIGHT: 6 MTS
AVERAGE DIAMETER: 1 TO 1.5 INCHES
RADICULAR CLASSIFICATION:GROWS IN STUMP
CHARACTERISTICS: THE OFFSPRING OF THIS TYPE OF BAMBOO CAN BE PRESENTED IN PERIODS OF 44-48 YEARS. THE MELOCANNA IS A TYPE OF BAMBOO THAT HAS A THIN WALL, LOW DIAMETER AND ERECTED CANES. IT HAS FRUITS THAT CAN BE AS A PEAR.


SCIENTIFIC NAME : BAMBU BOSQUE DEL CABO(BAMBUSA S.P)
FROM: ASIA
AVERAGE HEIGHT: 4 MTS
AVERAGE DIAMETER: ¾ INCHES
RADICULAR CLASSIFICATION:GROWS IN STUMP
USES: ORNAMENTAL
CHARACTERISTICS: SMALL SIZE, STRONG AND ERECTED STALKS ALMOST SOLID


SCIENTIFIC NAME: AMPELOCALAMUS SCANDENS
FROM: CHINA
AVERAGE HEIGHT: 5 MTS
AVERAGE DIAMETER: ½INCHES
USES: ORNAMENTAL, PAPER MANUFACTURE
CHARACTERISTICS: THE CULMS OF THIS TYPE OF BAMBOO HAVE THE NUDES A LITTLE SWELLED. IT HAS MANY BRANCHES BUT THEY ARE RARELY LONGER THAN THE CULMS

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