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  • Richard Morris
    Jul 9, 2002
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      Cat,
      I've passed your query onto out PFAF mailing list
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pfaf
      someone there may be interested.

      Rich

      Catyunque@... wrote:
      >
      > While looking at a site on bamboo discovered a threat of flowering
      > in India that may cause famine. I am living in West Virginia and
      > was planning to plant bamboo but am told seeds are rare. Has
      > anyone considered collecting the seeds of this rare flowering for
      > sale? The famine is caused by the increase in rats that enjoy the
      > seeds and the rat pop. then goes on to eat
      > the crops. Bamboo is edible, an earth friendly fast growing > > resource. What say you? Can you get seeds for some of the cold
      > hardy timber verities?
      > For the good of all
      > Thank you Cat

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