The most common way to propagate bamboo is by cutting off pieces of 2 year old culms near the nodes (joints) and planting them directly in the soil. This is a gross over simplification of the process.  A more in depth explanation will follow.  The cuttings will eventually root, though success rates vary from one species to another, relative to your environment. That means one needs access to existing stands of maturing bamboo culms to grow more.

My first attempt at growing bamboo were of pieces I cut from the road-side, then basically stuck into pots with some soil.  That worked only because Common Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) is one of the easiest bamboo to propagate from cuttings.  I have 7 of those in their second year of development.  They were planted for erosion control, down in the Hoya (gully) behind our place.  They thrive without much attention.  I have discovered better methods since then for growing bamboo from cuttings and will share those details in a future post.

Growing bamboo from seed is very difficult simply because seeds are hard to come by and do not remain viable for long. On top of that, most nurseries sell plants, not seeds so starting from seed is often discouraged.  Making money at it is not a bad thing as long as you’re honest about your effort.

The most common way to propagate bamboo is by cutting off pieces of 2 year old culms near the nodes (joints) and planting them directly in the soil. This is a gross over simplification of the process.  A more in depth explanation will follow.  The cuttings will eventually root, though success rates vary from one species to another, relative to your environment. That means one needs access to existing stands of maturing bamboo culms to grow more.

My first attempt at growing bamboo were of pieces I cut from the road-side, then basically stuck into pots with some soil.  That worked only because Common Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) is one of the easiest bamboo to propagate from cuttings.  I have 7 of those in their second year of development.  They were planted for erosion control, down in the Hoya (gully) behind our place.  They thrive without much attention.  I have discovered better methods since then for growing bamboo from cuttings and will share those details in a future post.

Growing bamboo from seed is very difficult simply because seeds are hard to come by and do not remain viable for long. On top of that, most nurseries sell plants, not seeds so starting from seed is often discouraged.  Making money at it is not a bad thing as long as you’re honest about your effort.

Every adult Californian can now legally grow marijuana. It is an event that was destined to occur. Before you get started growing, though, there are some rules.

This rule is likely due to environmentalists concerns over widespread home growing impacting the water supply. Everyone needs to be conservative in their weed growing.

While this rule is a bummer, it’s not that big of a deal. You can still produce a significant amount of weed with six plants – especially if you use advanced growing techniques. Plan ahead and store your weed well, and you should be fine.

The most common way to propagate bamboo is by cutting off pieces of 2 year old culms near the nodes (joints) and planting them directly in the soil. This is a gross over simplification of the process.  A more in depth explanation will follow.  The cuttings will eventually root, though success rates vary from one species to another, relative to your environment. That means one needs access to existing stands of maturing bamboo culms to grow more.

My first attempt at growing bamboo were of pieces I cut from the road-side, then basically stuck into pots with some soil.  That worked only because Common Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) is one of the easiest bamboo to propagate from cuttings.  I have 7 of those in their second year of development.  They were planted for erosion control, down in the Hoya (gully) behind our place.  They thrive without much attention.  I have discovered better methods since then for growing bamboo from cuttings and will share those details in a future post.

Growing bamboo from seed is very difficult simply because seeds are hard to come by and do not remain viable for long. On top of that, most nurseries sell plants, not seeds so starting from seed is often discouraged.  Making money at it is not a bad thing as long as you’re honest about your effort.

Every adult Californian can now legally grow marijuana. It is an event that was destined to occur. Before you get started growing, though, there are some rules.

This rule is likely due to environmentalists concerns over widespread home growing impacting the water supply. Everyone needs to be conservative in their weed growing.

While this rule is a bummer, it’s not that big of a deal. You can still produce a significant amount of weed with six plants – especially if you use advanced growing techniques. Plan ahead and store your weed well, and you should be fine.

Growing Up Brady is a 2000 made-for-television biographical drama film based on the 1992 autobiography Growing Up Brady : I Was A Teenage Greg written by actor Barry ...

Before I say anything else about the Sulphur Shelf or Chicken Mushroom (Laetiporus sulphureus, see photos above and below), I need to emphasize that it is very ...

An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them.

Dwarf fruit trees are perhaps the most exotic plants you can grow indoors. Native to tropical regions around the world,  their lush foliage, exotic flowers and edible fruits make captivating conversation pieces for a sunroom -- or any sunny room.

If you've ever thought about growing banana plants   indoors, you'll want 'Dwarf Cavendish', a compact variety that tops out at 6 ft (1.8 m) tall.

Red flowers (shown at left) are followed by a bunch of bananas. It's perfectly happy in a container, as long as you can provide  the sunlight it needs.

A map on Wednesday with the continuation an article about a growing territorial dispute between Japan and other Asian nations over some East Asian island groups misspelled, in some editions, the island from which 21 Japanese fishing boats set sail recently for the Senkaku Islands, which are claimed by Japan, China and Taiwan. It is Ishigaki Island, not Ishugak.

The most common way to propagate bamboo is by cutting off pieces of 2 year old culms near the nodes (joints) and planting them directly in the soil. This is a gross over simplification of the process.  A more in depth explanation will follow.  The cuttings will eventually root, though success rates vary from one species to another, relative to your environment. That means one needs access to existing stands of maturing bamboo culms to grow more.

My first attempt at growing bamboo were of pieces I cut from the road-side, then basically stuck into pots with some soil.  That worked only because Common Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) is one of the easiest bamboo to propagate from cuttings.  I have 7 of those in their second year of development.  They were planted for erosion control, down in the Hoya (gully) behind our place.  They thrive without much attention.  I have discovered better methods since then for growing bamboo from cuttings and will share those details in a future post.

Growing bamboo from seed is very difficult simply because seeds are hard to come by and do not remain viable for long. On top of that, most nurseries sell plants, not seeds so starting from seed is often discouraged.  Making money at it is not a bad thing as long as you’re honest about your effort.

Every adult Californian can now legally grow marijuana. It is an event that was destined to occur. Before you get started growing, though, there are some rules.

This rule is likely due to environmentalists concerns over widespread home growing impacting the water supply. Everyone needs to be conservative in their weed growing.

While this rule is a bummer, it’s not that big of a deal. You can still produce a significant amount of weed with six plants – especially if you use advanced growing techniques. Plan ahead and store your weed well, and you should be fine.

Growing Up Brady is a 2000 made-for-television biographical drama film based on the 1992 autobiography Growing Up Brady : I Was A Teenage Greg written by actor Barry ...

Before I say anything else about the Sulphur Shelf or Chicken Mushroom (Laetiporus sulphureus, see photos above and below), I need to emphasize that it is very ...

An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them.

Dwarf fruit trees are perhaps the most exotic plants you can grow indoors. Native to tropical regions around the world,  their lush foliage, exotic flowers and edible fruits make captivating conversation pieces for a sunroom -- or any sunny room.

If you've ever thought about growing banana plants   indoors, you'll want 'Dwarf Cavendish', a compact variety that tops out at 6 ft (1.8 m) tall.

Red flowers (shown at left) are followed by a bunch of bananas. It's perfectly happy in a container, as long as you can provide  the sunlight it needs.

The most common way to propagate bamboo is by cutting off pieces of 2 year old culms near the nodes (joints) and planting them directly in the soil. This is a gross over simplification of the process.  A more in depth explanation will follow.  The cuttings will eventually root, though success rates vary from one species to another, relative to your environment. That means one needs access to existing stands of maturing bamboo culms to grow more.

My first attempt at growing bamboo were of pieces I cut from the road-side, then basically stuck into pots with some soil.  That worked only because Common Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) is one of the easiest bamboo to propagate from cuttings.  I have 7 of those in their second year of development.  They were planted for erosion control, down in the Hoya (gully) behind our place.  They thrive without much attention.  I have discovered better methods since then for growing bamboo from cuttings and will share those details in a future post.

Growing bamboo from seed is very difficult simply because seeds are hard to come by and do not remain viable for long. On top of that, most nurseries sell plants, not seeds so starting from seed is often discouraged.  Making money at it is not a bad thing as long as you’re honest about your effort.

Every adult Californian can now legally grow marijuana. It is an event that was destined to occur. Before you get started growing, though, there are some rules.

This rule is likely due to environmentalists concerns over widespread home growing impacting the water supply. Everyone needs to be conservative in their weed growing.

While this rule is a bummer, it’s not that big of a deal. You can still produce a significant amount of weed with six plants – especially if you use advanced growing techniques. Plan ahead and store your weed well, and you should be fine.

Growing Up Brady is a 2000 made-for-television biographical drama film based on the 1992 autobiography Growing Up Brady : I Was A Teenage Greg written by actor Barry ...

Before I say anything else about the Sulphur Shelf or Chicken Mushroom (Laetiporus sulphureus, see photos above and below), I need to emphasize that it is very ...

An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them.

Dwarf fruit trees are perhaps the most exotic plants you can grow indoors. Native to tropical regions around the world,  their lush foliage, exotic flowers and edible fruits make captivating conversation pieces for a sunroom -- or any sunny room.

If you've ever thought about growing banana plants   indoors, you'll want 'Dwarf Cavendish', a compact variety that tops out at 6 ft (1.8 m) tall.

Red flowers (shown at left) are followed by a bunch of bananas. It's perfectly happy in a container, as long as you can provide  the sunlight it needs.

A map on Wednesday with the continuation an article about a growing territorial dispute between Japan and other Asian nations over some East Asian island groups misspelled, in some editions, the island from which 21 Japanese fishing boats set sail recently for the Senkaku Islands, which are claimed by Japan, China and Taiwan. It is Ishigaki Island, not Ishugak.

Here's the story of a lovely lady, a man named Brady who could've been played by Gene Hackman, six kids, a wacky housekeeper, and how a series that started as a typical formulaic sitcom grew into a syndicated monster. Here are 16 things you might not know about The Brady Bunch .

“It's very rare that a writer knows exactly where his ideas come from,” producer Sherwood Schwartz once said . “However, in the case of The Brady Bunch , I know exactly what inspired that show. It was just a four-line filler piece in the Los Angeles Times . Just a statistic. It said that year, 1965, 31 percent of all marriages involved people who had a child or children from a previous marriage. It was just a statistic, but to me it indicated a remarkable sociological change in our country. Thirty-one percent is approximately one-third of all marriages. That's a huge statistic.”

It gave him an idea for a TV series called Yours and Mine . He shopped his script to the three major networks but was turned down each time. Three years later, United Artists released a film called Yours, Mine and Ours , starring Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda, which told the story of a widow with eight children who married a father of 10. The film did well at the box office, and suddenly ABC was interested in Schwartz’s script, which was then called The Bradley Brood .

The most common way to propagate bamboo is by cutting off pieces of 2 year old culms near the nodes (joints) and planting them directly in the soil. This is a gross over simplification of the process.  A more in depth explanation will follow.  The cuttings will eventually root, though success rates vary from one species to another, relative to your environment. That means one needs access to existing stands of maturing bamboo culms to grow more.

My first attempt at growing bamboo were of pieces I cut from the road-side, then basically stuck into pots with some soil.  That worked only because Common Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris) is one of the easiest bamboo to propagate from cuttings.  I have 7 of those in their second year of development.  They were planted for erosion control, down in the Hoya (gully) behind our place.  They thrive without much attention.  I have discovered better methods since then for growing bamboo from cuttings and will share those details in a future post.

Growing bamboo from seed is very difficult simply because seeds are hard to come by and do not remain viable for long. On top of that, most nurseries sell plants, not seeds so starting from seed is often discouraged.  Making money at it is not a bad thing as long as you’re honest about your effort.

Every adult Californian can now legally grow marijuana. It is an event that was destined to occur. Before you get started growing, though, there are some rules.

This rule is likely due to environmentalists concerns over widespread home growing impacting the water supply. Everyone needs to be conservative in their weed growing.

While this rule is a bummer, it’s not that big of a deal. You can still produce a significant amount of weed with six plants – especially if you use advanced growing techniques. Plan ahead and store your weed well, and you should be fine.

Growing Up Brady is a 2000 made-for-television biographical drama film based on the 1992 autobiography Growing Up Brady : I Was A Teenage Greg written by actor Barry ...

Before I say anything else about the Sulphur Shelf or Chicken Mushroom (Laetiporus sulphureus, see photos above and below), I need to emphasize that it is very ...

An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them.

The Wild Bunch (1969) - IMDb


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