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The young seedling of this species is occasionally affected by Leaf rust (Kweilingia divina, synonym: Dasturella divina) which can be controlled using any broad spectrum fungicide. We have found it useful to spray the seedlings with a fungicide that has protective and curative properties.

No chemicals to the clump

Bamboo anti bacterial property is good for investors. Bamboo contains a substance called bamboo-kun – an antimicrobial agent that gives the plant a natural resistance to pest and fungi infestation, though some pathogen problems do still exist in some bamboo plantations. This substance eliminates over two thirds (2/3) of bacteria that attempt to grow on the plant. This anti-bacterial property makes bamboo farming much economical than many agricultural based investments. Contradicting literature exists with some scholars supporting the opinion that the anti-bacterial property is retained in both its natural or fabric form. Other opinions oppose this theory.

Planting seedlings in a termites invested area