Journal #2

Journal #2


Issue #1
Society Objectives; p. 1
Handbook of Bamboos Cultivated in the United States Part II: Giant Tropical Clumping Bamboos
Richard Haubrich; pp. 2 – 20

Issue #2
Notes on the Culture of Bamboo in South Bavaria
Max Riedelsheimer; pp. 21 – 23
Handbook of Bamboos Cultivated in the United States Part III: The Sasas
Richard Haubrich; pp. 24 – 38
Some Cold Hardiness Observations on the Temperate Bamboos Part I: Western New York
Jim Smith; pp. 39 – 40

Issue #3
Observations on the Morphological Variations and Distribution of Bambusa guadua Humb. et Bonpl. in Ecuador
Stephen M. Young; pp. 41 – 50
Annotated Bibliography on Bamboo
Richard Haubrich; pp. 51 – 60

Issue #4
A Glossary of Bamboo Terms
Richard Haubrich; pp. 61 – 70
Clone Registration 1981; p. 71


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