Application of organic fertilisers on natural stand bamboos for sustainable management in Peninsular Malaysia

Mohamed, Azmy and Wahab, Razak and Hashim, Waqar S. and Sulaiman, Othman (2004) Application of organic fertilisers on natural stand bamboos for sustainable management in Peninsular Malaysia. Journal of Bamboo and Rattan, 3 (4). pp. 309-317. ISSN 1569-1586

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Abstract

This paper highlights research on the influence of three organic fertilisers (chicken dung, palm oil mill effluent and peat materials specially made for fertilisers) on the number of new shoots, the diameter at breast height, the height of the culms and the number of culms. Especially the number of new shoots and the diameter at breast height are positively influenced, which is promising for commercial purposes.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Growth bamboo; Natural stand bamboos; Organic fertilisers
Subject:Bamboo - Growth
Subject:Organic fertilizers
Subject:Bamboo - Malaysia - Research
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Forestry
DOI Number:10.1163/1569159042464617
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ID Code:18398
Deposited By: Azwana Abdul Rahman
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