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Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Agarbathi: A Bamboo-based Industry in India

The study highlights the major characteristics, potentials and constraints of the bamboo-based Agarbathi (incense stick) industry in South India. For the benefit of the government policy makers and industry, the policy and socio-economic issues prevailing in this sector are also reviewed and areas for suitable interventions identified. Although this study is based on information collected from […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 1: Propagation and Management

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 1: Propagation and Management. Proceedings of the Vth International Bamboo Workshop and the IV International Bamboo Congress. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, 19-22 June 1995.

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Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 2: Biodiversity and Genetic Conservation

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 2: Biodiversity and Genetic Conservation. Proceedings of the Vth International Bamboo Workshop and the IV International Bamboo Congress. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, 19-22 June 1995.

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Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 3: Engineering and Utilization (Part 1)

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 3: Engineering and Utilization (part 1). Proceedings of the Vth International Bamboo Workshop and the IV International Bamboo Congress. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, 19-22 June 1995.

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 3: Engineering and Utilization (part 2)

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 3: Engineering and Utilization (part 2). Proceedings of the Vth International Bamboo Workshop and the IV International Bamboo Congress. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, 19-22 June 1995.

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Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 4: Socio-economics and Culture

Bamboo, People and the Environment – Volume 4: Socio-economics and Culture. Proceedings of the Vth International Bamboo Workshop and the IV International Bamboo Congress. Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, 19-22 June 1995.

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

A Manual for Vegetative Propagation of Bamboos

The most endearing aspect of bamboo from the point of view of utility, perhaps, is that it comes almost ready-to-use. It could very well be that because of this singular feature, bamboo today is a much overexploited plant. The acute shortage, at least in some parts of the bamboo world, of raw materials has forced […]

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Genetic Enhancement of Bamboo and Rattan

Two INBAR Consultations, organized as part of the work of the Production Working Group (the first on identification of priority species and the second on constraints to production), had emphasized the need for genetic enhancement of both bamboo and rattan. As a result, an Expert Consultation was organized by INBAR and co-sponsored by FORTIP (FAO/UNDP […]

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Inventory Techniques and Assessment of Rattan and Bamboo in Tropical Forests

The status of rattans and rattan inventory in India is discussed briefly. The Kerala Forest Research Institute, as part of a research program is funded by IDRC, Canada, is currently involved in developing appropriate inventory methods for rattans. Based on these studies, various constraints in the design and execution of rattan inventory are discussed. The […]

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Bamboo and Rattan Production-to-Consumption Systems: A Framework for Assessing Development Options

This paper lays out a framework for assessing the opportunities to make improvements in existing bamboo and rattan production-to-consumption systems. It considers the dynamics of such systems, as groups of people move from the most elementary “hunting and gathering” systems to more intensive production and processing systems that result in increased incomes and value added […]