Bamboo tree – Interesting things

Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on the planet. It can grow up to 91 cm per day in the right climate. Unlike other woody plants, bamboo reaches maturity (which can be harvested for wood) only after 3-5 years.
Bamboo releases 35% more oxygen into the atmosphere and absorbs more carbon dioxide than other plants. Due to these features, bamboo significantly reduces the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and cleans the air.
Bamboo does not need fertilizer for optimal growth. The fallen bamboo leaves can provide all the nutrients they need as they begin to decompose.
Bamboo has wide and strong roots, which keep the soil stable and prevent soil erosion.
Many animals on the planet already use bamboo in their diet. The panda’s diet relies solely on bamboo, while mountain gorillas and Madagascar lemurs eat bamboo to enrich their usual diet.
Bamboo is used in folk medicine to treat infections and accelerate wound healing.
Bamboo has more tensile strength than steel and it is widely used in the construction industry. In addition, bamboo is used in the production of floors, furniture, walls, skateboards, bicycle frames and helmets.
Bamboo can survive for more than 120 years in the wild.

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