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Planting stock selection of bamboo (Dendrocalamus strictus) using macro proliferation technique

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A study was conducted to determine the effects of age of seedlings, position of rhizome subunits, removed and used as propagules, on growth and proliferation of Dendrocalamus strictus. The results showed that age of seedlings did not affect the proliferation rate, while position of rhizome subunits varied in growth and proliferation rate. The material taken from first position of rhizome subunits showed maximum proliferation, while material taken from third position of rhizome showed maximum growth and biomass. The position of rhizome subunits in bamboo clump is an important parameter in using this macro proliferation technique to obtain planting material for mass propagation.


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