Published at Sunday, March 17th, 2019 - 13:29:07 PM. bamboo. By Alois Franke.
The length between two nodes varies from species to species and these internodes are usually hollow and are covered by sheaths in the early stages of growth however as the plant grows these sheaths fall off and become a mulch that is ideal for providing vital nutrients for the growing plant.The internodes play an important part in transporting water and nutrients upwards this is done by sophisticated vertically arranged cells located within the internodes. Distinctively then the cells within the nodes are positioned horizontally thus enabling transverse movement of water and nutrients along its branches
Not all category of the plant are suitable to grow indoor. Notable examples include extremely tall bamboo which would obviously be too big to grow inside your home. Although most tall species of bamboo can grow up to 50 feet in length the tallest one measured till date was a staggering 137 feet! It was found to be the Dendrocalmus giganteus in the Indian state of North Bengal. To this day this humongous plant type holds the record for being the largest bamboo ever. It had a massive culm of about 19 inches in diameter which was required to support the dizzying height. Additionally the canopy of a single culm was measured at an amazing 70 feet.
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