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Bamboos growth assessment related to soil suitability

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A study on the growth and productivity of shoot and culm production of selected Malaysian bamboo species in various experimental sites was carried out. The sandy clay loam areas (Renggam series) were the best, followed by shallow lateritic soil mixed with fine sandy clay (Jitra series) as compared with lateriteic soil (Terap series), bris soil (Jambu series) and tin tailings areas. The application of organic fertilizer helped the growth performance of the bamboo species.

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2001-10-01
2016-12-04

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