Bamboo Plantlets on tray

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US $0.5-33 / Tray | 100 Plant/Plants (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
500,000 Plant/Plants per Quarter
Port:
Nairobi
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Overview
Quick Details
Type:
Bamboo Plantlets on tray
Color:
Green
Packaging:
Tray in cartons
Certification:
Phytosanitary certificate
Grade:
1
Place of Origin:
Kenya
Brand Name:
KTN-66-02
Green bamboo plants:
$40 for 66 plantlets, one tray
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Trays are inserted in cartons and fastened inside.
Delivery Time
Every 14-20 days

Specifications

Bamboo plantlets 3-4 inches tall and planted on internationally accepted media with a Phytosanitary certificate to any location.

Kitil Farm is a licensed open quarantine which operates in Kenya. We grow and sell bamboo plantlets and seedlings. We have fully a functional bamboo laboratory and a bamboo training centre. 

 

We have large stock of bamboo seedlings and plantlets. They are planted in tray of 66 holes. We will send to you as air cargo with a Phytosanitary certificate to any location.

 

We also undertake consultancies to establish large scale bamboo nurseries at investors location. We have established such nurseries in Kenya, South Africa, Zambia, Tanzania and other countries. This enables the investor to have at own location, the most essential and rarest commodity, the bamboo seedlings, for jam starting a project or for expansion.

Equally, we also undertake international projects relating to the rehabilitation of wasteland, degraded land and mine areas, back to fully functional ecosystem using bamboo. It is well known that bamboo plantations have been used successfully to rehabilitate degraded land back in to productive, fully functioning ecological systems. Indeed, in their natural states, bamboo systems are intermixed with tree, shrub and herbaceous vegetation. This provides valuable habitat for numerous species at the soil and tree layer including spiders, butterflies, birds and other higher life forms. Equally, in it's natural environment, fallen bamboo leaves create natural mulch. The decomposing leaves also recycle useful nutrients, such as Nitrogen and Silica back into the soil. It's very own fallen leaves provide the necessary nutrients that get recycled back into the soil. We can convert rocky, sloppy and arid regions into productive grounds with fully functional ecosystem using bamboo. We have the resources! 

We have the know how! We can deliver!

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