Frequently Asked Questions

The following are questions that our customers ask on a regular basis about many bamboo related topics.

Bamboo Related Questions

1 एकड़ मैं 1000 पौधे लगाए जाते हैं।
हम व्यवसाय के लिए चुनी गई प्रजाति बालकुआ को प्रोत्साहित करते हैं।
इस प्रजाति को किसी भी मौसम या समय लगाया जा सकता है।
इसके लिए भारत की सभी भूमि उपयुक्त है केवल श्रीनगर की घाटियों को छोड़कर।
इस बांस में सभी फसलों एवं सब्जियों के मुकाबले कम पानी की आवश्यकता होती है।
इस बांस की आयु वैज्ञानिकों द्वारा 80 से 120 वर्ष तक मानी गई है
इस बांस की लंबाई 65 से 70 फिट होती है
इस बांस की परिपक्वता (अवधि) 3 से 4 वर्ष की होती है
इस बांस से हम चौथे साल से एक लाख प्रति एकड़ ले सकते हैं
No, bamboo is more like a weed, fast growing and mostly woody.
No. Rattan and bamboo belong to different botanical families, have different characteristics and multiply and are grown in different ways. The rotan is a palm tree, usually climbing and solid, while the bamboo is grass and it is usually a hollow cylinder. Bamboo grows fast and very fast. The stick is climbing, needs a remote environment and has a long wearing time. All bamboo plants, from root to stem and leaves, are used in different ways. In fact, only the stem of the rattan plant is used.
The bunch of bamboo spreads very slowly. They have a pachymorphic rootstock system, which means that the buds rotate up underground and are instantly steel, unlike running varieties, which can travel a few feet out and constantly produce sticks. This is why they are gradually expanding over a moderate and predictable pace. They are considered non-invasive and very easy to maintain. Average clumps are usually about 10-15 feet and grow to 1-3 feet per year. We carry some tropical tufts that can enlarge, but we specialize in cold, hard and medium-clumping bamboo. We carry about 40 different types of tempered clumping bamboo. The growth rate of bamboo clusters

Running bamboo spreads at a medium to fast pace. They have a leptomorphic system of rhizomes, which means that the rhizomes usually do not grow and do not become tubers. Instead, when pushed into the soil, the lateral buds form stamens like new rhizomes directly on older rhizomes. Thanks to this double growth system, runners are able to cover more land per year than clumps. Adult plants spread an average of 3 to 5 feet (most also grow 3-5 feet in height each year). In some severe cases, runners can stretch up to 15 feet at a time. Running bamboo includes many different genera and species ranging in size from one foot to 80 feet in length and can spread slowly or rapidly and can grow openly or close, depending on the species and where it is planted. We carry more than 100 different types of running bamboo, in all shapes and sizes. There is a unique third form of rootstock system called Amphimorph that runs and clusters simultaneously; but only three bamboos are known to have this type of growth (especially many members of the Chusquea genus in South America).
Bamboo is a natural multiplier because rhizomes are likely to migrate to food sources. A simple method of prevention is digging a ditch, preferably at a distance of at least 3-4 meters from the core of the cluster. The gap should be deep enough to prevent the spread of the rhizome, usually at least 90 cm in medium-diameter species. For home gardens, polyethylene foil can be used around the rhizome as a metal barrier.
A bamboo branch is a young tree that ripens at the time or soon after it appears on the earth's surface. At this point, it is soft enough to eat. If left alone, it will quickly grow into a tree trunk. Bamboo chains are a valuable source of nutrition and fiberglass and are enjoyed around the world.
Yes, bamboo grows literally in all parts of the city and in all regions except the hot and cold deserts, for example in western Rajasthan and Ladakh.
'Lucky bamboo' is a popular plant, increasingly available in shops and stores. The plant is probably of West African origin. It is easy to maintain. It thrives without soil in a few inches of water, and requires only a little sunlight to grow. It is however not bamboo. It is Dracenia sanderiana, a member of the lily family.
Yes, bamboo is often used for mirrors on fences and even in the air. Multiplex Bamboo is the ideal bamboo for the gate. It is a half-bamboo bamboo with thin branches and a very large growth. It is easy to grow and drop and is very responsive to clippings.