Dr. Shivangi Dwivedi


Bamboo grows very quickly is environment friendly and can replace timber. It‘s potential for the manufacturing of various value added products and immense potential to generate employment contributes towards the economy. It has been noticed in recent years the government and the public are becoming aware of various benefits and uses of bamboo and its potential in developing the economy of the state. Now bamboo is an industrial product which traditionally was harvested in forest land but now grown on private lands also.

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