Learn and Earn from Bamboo Experts

21 October 2017
Saturday (8am – 4.30pm)
17th Bamboo Training/Seminar
Sitio Tanza II, Brgy. San Jose,
Antipolo City

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Bamboo Bike

A bike frame made out of bamboo.

Yellow Buho

Exotic
Scientific Name: Schizostachyum brachycladum Kurz
Origin: South-East Asia
Uses: planted as ornamentals
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: seeds and rhizome cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or clumping or sympodial

Yellow Bamboo

Exotic
Scientific Name: Bambusa vulgaris var. striata
Origin: Tropical Asia
Uses: This bamboo is much sought for park landscaping because of its shiny & smooth golden-yellow culms marked with green vertical stripes of irregular width. Planted as ornamentals.
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Culm cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or clumping or sympodial

Wamin Bamboo

Exotic
Scientific Name: Bambusa vulgaris
Origin: China
Uses: planted as landscape ornamentals and interior decoration.
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Culm cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming

Variegated Bamboo

Exotic
Scientific Name: Thyrsostachy siamensis Gamble
Origin: Thailand
Uses: Young shoots as vegetable, ornamental, windbreak, baskets, handicrafts, chopsticks
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Rhizome cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or sympodial

Thailand Bamboo

Exotic
Scientific Name: Thyrsostachy siamensis Gamble
Origin: Thailand
Uses: Young shoots as vegetable, ornamental, windbreak, baskets, handicrafts, chopsticks
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Rhizome cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or sympodial

Running Bamboo

Indigenous
Scientific Name: Cyrtochloa puser
Origin: Philippines
Uses: Used as fences, planted to control soil erosion
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Seeds and Rhizome cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or sympodial

Puser Bamboo

Indigenous
Scientific Name: Cyrtochloa puser
Origin: Philippines
Uses: Used as fences, planted to control soil erosion
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Seeds and Rhizome cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or sympodial

Oldham Bamboo

Exotic
Scientific Name: Bambusa Oldhamii Munro
Origin: China & Taiwan
Uses: Making furniture, paper making, ornamental & edible, best shoot for food.
Date planted: May 2000
Propagation: Culm cuttings
Rhizome Type: Clump-forming or sympodial
Straight & erect culms, wide leaves, tight clumps.
Grows 35-45 feet tall with culm diameter of 4 inches.