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The environmental impact of bamboo is tremendous because bamboo forests function as carbon sinks, produce oxygen, control soil erosion, regulate water levels in watersheds and conserve biodiversity.
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Bending bamboo, isn't that difficult. In case of freshly cut, green bamboo you could even dry the bamboo in a mold to adjust the shape, or by applying heat.
What products can be made from bamboo? Potential investors and clients frequently ask us about the different uses of bamboo. To answer that question, we always like to refer to an Asian saying..
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The genus Guadua contains the largest bamboos in tropical America; stems can reach up to 30m in height and to 20cm in diameter
This section of Guadua Bamboo is dedicated to working with bamboo and DIY techniques.
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Guadua Bamboo doors are beautiful, natural, sustainable and fabricated under strict quality standards, originating from certified bamboo plantations in Colombia.
Bambusa vulgaris 'Wamin' or Dwarf Buddha Belly Bamboo is a tropical and subtropical clumping bamboo native to South China.
Vittata' or Painted Bamboo, (previously known as Bambusa vulgaris 'Striata') is a giant tropical and subtropical clumping bamboo native to China and Japan.
Bambusa vulgaris or Common Bamboo is a giant tropical and subtropical clumping bamboo native to southern China and Madagascar. This species is cultivated extensively in many parts of the world
Bambusa polymorpha is a large densly clumping tropical bamboo native to Myanmar, Thailand and Bangladesh.
Bamboos of the genus Bambusa are subtropical and tropical clumping bamboos. They are very popular among growers and cultivators.