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Vol. 10, Special Issue 12 (2021)

Effect of different bamboo species on growth attributing characters grown on Entisol of semi-arid climate

Author(s):
Aniket S Gaikwad, Mohini Thite, Snehal Ingle and Avinash Rananavare
Abstract:
A long-term field experiment initiated in the year 2018-19, was selected for conduct of present study in order to determine the effect of different bamboo species on growth attributing characters after 2nd year of bamboo plantation grown on Entisol of semi-arid climate during the year 2020-21. The treatment of Bambusa tulda recorded highest number of culms per clump (59.32), culm density (49413.56 culms ha-1), number of new culms per clump (13.80) and clump girth (717.27 cm) over rest of tested bamboo species. Whereas, bamboo species Dendrocalamus strictus recorded highest culm height (6.39 m), basal diameter of culm (8.16 cm), Diameter at breast height (7.13 cm), culm girth at 5th internode (16.53 cm) and internodal length (27.51 cm) as compared to other bamboo species. The treatment of Bambusa bamboos recorded highest number of internodes per culm (28.34). From the present study it is clear that tested bamboo species showed significant variation in growth attributing characteristics among themselves after 2nd year of plantation grown on Entisol of semi-arid climate.
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How to cite this article:
Aniket S Gaikwad, Mohini Thite, Snehal Ingle and Avinash Rananavare. Effect of different bamboo species on growth attributing characters grown on Entisol of semi-arid climate. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(12S): 1980-1985. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2021.v10.i12Saa.9910

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