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Agricultural and industrial prospects of bamboo

, : Agricultural and industrial prospects of bamboo. Agronomico 33: 61-80

Plants of Bambusa tuldoides, Guadua flabellata and Phyllostachys sp., grown from seed and incorporated in the bamboo collection at Campinas, show great intraspecific genetic variability, mainly in respect of culm height, diameter and colour. These and other species were evaluated with a view to their utilization as pulp sources for paper manufacture. Some equalled Pinus sp. in pulp quality. Tabulated data on 20 species are presented.

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