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Book describes concisely and in detail 30 varieties of Phyllostachys bamboo suitable for raising shoots and poles on a farm in USDA zones 7,8,and 9. The information is presented in chart format to facilitate comparisons among varieties. The book and cover are printed on 100% bamboo pulp. No trees were cut down to print it. The paper is strong, bright, and flexible. It is Rubicon Tree Free from Fox River.
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On your web site all I want you to change is the deletion of the description of the fact that it is on 100% bamboo pulp and the info that follows about Fox River as it is no longer printed that way and the copies you have now are not on bamboo paper.About the Author:
Daphne Lewis promotes bamboo as a farm crop. She is a member of the American Bamboo Society and speaks at farm conferences about bamboo as a farm crop. She is founder and former owner of Bamboo Gardens of Washington, a retail nursery specializing in bamboo and located in Redmond, Washington. For fun Daphne trains her rottweiler to pull her on a scooter: skijoring with no snow. Her book on dog scootering is "My dog Likes to Run I Like to Ride".
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