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    Bamboo

    I was thinking of putting in some bamboo as well as some willow on my grounds up to woodland border,,,hoping to help bring the bucks out of the neighbouring FC woods apparently they like scraping off velvet on both willow and bamboo,,rumours have it (correct me if I'm wrong).

    I know putting 6" willow cuttings in water, or straight in the wet ground will allow them to grow, but what about bamboo? I read somewhere you can actually bury a bamboo stick lenght-wise 6" down, and it will sprout from each section-joint! any takers?

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    When are Pandas in season?

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    Be careful with bamboo, it can really take off, and when it becomes too established it's a pain in the arse to up root.

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    you could always get in some giant pandas to keep it down!!!! then when they breed like crazy instead of shipping em back to china to help numbers you could
    see if there is a section on CIC for colouration or summit....panda steaks"!!!!!

    sorry couldnt help it...didnt mean to demean your post....ill get ma coat....

    sauer /paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by DL View Post
    Be careful with bamboo, it can really take off, and when it becomes too established it's a pain in the arse to up root.
    Just use it as a backstop for my load development,,be gone in no time, same with my money on bullets and powder

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    what ever ya do dont plant bamboo , the wrong stuff spreads like wild fire and is too thick a cover for anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    When are Pandas in season?


    Simon
    Blindness to suffering is an inherent consequence of natural selection. Nature is neither kind nor cruel but fiercely indifferent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    When are Pandas in season?
    It'll be down in black and white somewhere...
    /l\ Y gwir yn erbyn y byd /l\

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    Aha Iwrch ! Racist and politically inappropriate Pandas.
    Opinions often differ according to unknown circumstances.

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    As mentioned previously, bamboo in a very invasive plant, if planted may not go down well with your neighbours.

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