Bamboo Bulletin May 2009

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Inside this issue

  • President’s Column, Bob Gretton
  • Editorial, Geoff Kyle
  • 2008 Annual General Meeting of Bamboo Society of Australia
  • World Bamboo Congress Update, by Thomas Lindley
  • World Bamboo Day – Bangkok, September 18, 2009
  • A Banana Bender’s Impressions of the 2008 BSA AGM in Western Australia, by Barry O’Connell (BOC)
  • Thyrsostachys spp. by Thomas Lindley
  • Letters to the Editor, from Peter Form and Richard Joynes
  • American Bamboo Society Plantations Group, by Robert Roark ACIAR Bamboo Management Research Project Review, by David Midmore
  • Balanda Dreaming – Part III , by Geoff Kyle
  • Taxonomic Interpretations of Australian Native Bamboos (Poaceae: Bambuseae) and their Biogeographic Implications, by Donald C. Franklin
  • Red Bamboo, Phyllostachys aureosulcata aureocaulis, by Peter Form
  • Bamboos In South East Asia, by Don Franklin
  • Sub-Optimal Equilibriums in the Carbon Forestry Game: Why Bamboo Should Win But Will Not, by Raya Widenoja
  • Tucker – “Wendy Kwong’s” Pickled Bamboo, by Wendy Wilkins
  • Timor Black, Bambusa lako, in Flower, by Thomas Lindley
  • An Air Conditioner, Food Source and Building Material in One
  • The Evolution of Woody Bamboos Revisited, edited by Geoff Kyle
  • Bamboo Fibres and Their Unique Properties, by T. Afrin, T. Tsuzuki, X. Wang
  • In Part Because of its Luxurious Softness – Are Bamboo Fibre Fabrics
  • Environmentally Friendly? by Michael Lackman
  • Bamboo Reforestation at Laguna Lake
  • In A Planet Of Our Own - A Vision of Sustainability from Across Six Continents
  • Traditional Methods for Bamboo Propagation in Nursery by Seethalakshmi K.K2, Jijeesh C. M and Unni, K. K.
  • Autumn Meeting of WA Chapter of BSA. by David Parnham

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