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Research Article

Responses of vegetative propagation of Bambusa sp. under forest management

Siuli Batabyal and Jagatpati Tah*

UGC Centre for Advanced Studies in Botany, The University of Burdwan, Golapbag Campus, Burdwan – 713 104, West Bengal, India

*Corresponding Author:
Jagatpati Tah
UGC Centre for Advanced Studies in Botany,
The University of Burdwan, Golapbag Campus,
Burdwan – 713 104, West Bengal, India.
E-mail: [email protected]

Received: 30 July 2013 Accepted: 19 August 2013 Published: 26 August 2013

 
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Abstract

There are a numbers of Bambusa species in India which have been rendering service towards social welfare since ancient times of human civilization. Since then, it plays an immense role not only in building of huts and mansion for the poor and rich men in the modern era, but also it is used as making fancy house-hold furniture and other wood work purposes . It requires certain agronomic as well as propagation factors in specific agro-climatic areas for its large scale population. Now-a-days, the natural regeneration process only can‟t fulfill the demands of the society. So, the methods other than rhizome propagation are essential for its rapid multiplication. Keeping all these views in mind we have undertaken a venture of vegetative propagation by means of cuttings of different species of Bambusa and compared with the seed propagated population. The main aims and objective of this experimentation were to explore the possibilities of rapid multiplication of Bambusa sp. in this tropical plain of West Bengal.

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