Published at Sunday, March 17th, 2019 - 13:44:05 PM. bamboo. By Alois Franke.
RootsRoots play an important part in soil anchorage and are essential for the survival of the bamboo as the roots role is to transplant water and nutrients to other parts of the bamboo plant. Because the roots of the bamboo are shallow they grow best in moisture retentive soil and benefit from mulches of organic materials however as long as the bamboos leaves and sheathes are not removed from the base of the bamboo once they fall to the ground then these act as a natural fertilizer which should be more than adequate for continued fertilization of the bamboo.
There are two types of Rhizome Systems Pachymorph (sympodial or clump forming) and Leptomorph (monopodial or running type). However intermediate forms of Rhizomes can be formed these are known as Amphipodial Rhizomes.The culms which form from the monopodial rhizome tend to be uniform and similar to the next whereas the culms of a sympodial or clump forming tend to have culms with successively increase in order.
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