Bamboo Tissue Culture
The Bamboos are evergreen perennial flowering plants in the subfamily Bambusoideae of the grass family Poaceae. We at Hybrid Agri provide a high-quality Bamboo yield to customers small and large using tissue culture technology.
Tissue culture is popular today because the Bamboo plant is prone to many diseases. Bamboo is affected by Decay rot and Armillaria root rot by fungal diseases. Plant roots in the moist or poorly drained soil are affected by Armillaria fungus, also known as oak root fungus. The possible consequences are leaf discoloration, premature leaf dropping and death. Mushrooms cause root fungus problem for Bamboo. Air-borne fungi cause decay rot after the Bamboo plant gets injured. Specific aphids, scales, mealybugs, and mites target bamboo exclusively.
The small, light-green, pear-shaped bugs called Bamboo aphids feed on the underside of the leaves, causing yellowing and drop-off. Bamboo pit scales appear as tiny, black, oval bumps on the leaves and stalks of infested plants but cause no damage. Bamboo spider mites create veils of silky webbing on the underside of leaves. They feed by piercing leaf tissue, causing stippling and yellowing.
We at Hybrid Agri not only help you protect your yield from such diseases but also help you maximize the yield using the cutting edge technology. We help to develop the plants in Sterile Containers as for its easy movement and also protect it from pests and diseases. Bamboo Cultivation is an ever-growing market in India and we help you to reach the standards. Tissue cultured Bamboo at Hybrid Agri grows to a mature plant very quickly giving you a quick and a wholesome yield. Fully grown plants are sold in Polybags or in Jiffy plugs. As Jiffy plugs are lightweight they can be easily transported even in carton boxes to longer distances.