Abstract：The 10-year-old mother bamboo of Phyllostachys pubescens were selected to collect seeds, and the seeds were impregnated with 3 liquids, i.e., water, potassium permanganate and No. 7 root powder solution, in order to compare and analyze the effect of seedling propagation and afforestation using the seeds treated by different ways. The results showed that the seeds impregnated with the No. 7 root powder solution outperformed the ones with the other two ways in terms of germination rate, seedling growth and stand growth. Compared with the seeds impregnated with water and potassium permanganate, the seeds with No. 7 root powder solution had their germination rate increased 15.25% and 9.68%, respectively; their survival rate increased by 21.79% and 15.85%; their seedlings were 20.00% and 11.11% higher; their seedling diameter 22.45% and 13.21% larger; the shooting rate up by 33.33% and 20.00%; and the seedling forest canopy 30.77% and 18.06% higher. In the 4th year after the afforestation, the bamboo shoots increased by 43.39% and 29.36%, respectively, the number of new bamboo culms by 45.39% and 33.69%, the average height of bamboo forest by 6.14% and 5.22%, and the average diameter to breast height (DBH) by 9.02% and 8.13%.
陈两枝. 毛竹种子不同处理方式育苗及造林效果分析[J]. 世界竹藤通讯, 2019, 17(2): 36-39.
Chen Erzhi. A Study of Techniques for Moso Bamboo Seedling Propagation and Their Afforestation Effect. World Bamboo and Rattan, 2019, 17(2): 36-39.