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Macro-proliferation of Gigantochloa ligulata seedlings for mass production of planting stock and its field performance

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Bamboos are most suitable for afforestation. Ex-logging areas in Malaysian forest compartments can be planted with commercial Malaysian bamboos. Bamboo planting materials need to be available for afforestation purposes. Mass production of this material is relevant and a method which can be used is by macro-proliferation. There is no work done on the macro-proliferation of Malaysian bamboo seedlings. This paper reports the macro-proliferation method for Gigantochloa ligulata (buluh tumpat), one of the commercial species. The work was done at FRIM's nursery and specimens for the field performance for the units used were planted at Bukit Saga, Southern Johore.


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