By georgitte. bamboo. At Saturday, March 16th 2019, 04:32:16 AM.
bamboo the industry of the future now more than 40 native bamboo species in Ecuador have been accompanying and with the starring role the development of human settlements and civilizations in our territory since ancient times in rural areas the largest native type of bamboo well dua is extremely important in many daily activities housing fences walls cages tools and so on bamboo has also a key role in agricultural activities such as standing pools for tomato pepper or passionfruit plants supporting poles for banana and cacao trees among others present in all provinces bamboo is decisive in the development of the economy of rural families a recent study showed that the demand for bamboo is greater than the offer Ecuador has several dentro
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