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A note on culm yield and above-ground biomass of Gigantochloa levis raised by tissue culture and branch cuttings planting materials

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A preliminary assessment to compare the culm and above-ground biomass productivity of Gigantochloa levis planting trial using tissue culture and branch cutting plantlets was conducted. Assessment of growth performance was based on the culm composition and above-ground biomass production. The results indicate that for the first 4 years after planting, branch cuttings grow vigorously compared to tissue culture plantlets. However, after 5 years there is no significant different in culm size between tissue culture and branch cuttings plantlets.


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