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I have a large amount of live bamboo on my property and am trying to sell it cheap. I live in York Pennsylvania. Any answers or contacts would be great!
By Richie G from York PA
I live in PA and have been looking for bamboo. What kind is it? Let me know how much and I will pay shipping as well.
I have a large area of big bamboo trying to sell in southern york county ,Pennsylvania near the Maryland line some stalks may be 20 ft. and have a diameter of probably mostly over 3 inch diameter anyone interested call me at 717-870-6256
I live in New Jersey, Burlington County.... And have a lot of bamboo, most of which is at least 20 ft. high, can cut to any size. If interested,
I also live in pa outside of Lancaster co. If you or anyone you know is interested please contact me.
I have lots of bamboo,how much you looking for?
Wind chimes made out of bamboo have a lovely sound and seem to sell well at flea markets and craft shows.
I went out and cut some of the larger Bamboo. Measured it. It is about 1/2 inch so not even big enough to make fishing poles out of (from what I have read on line).
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I just bought some land in central Missouri. It has bamboo on it. I don't know what kinds, but there are 3 kinds. I have no clue as to what to do with the bamboo. I would like to make money with it some how, either by selling it all to someone, learn to make crafts, or something else.
The bamboo was planted about 4 or 5 years ago if that helps. If I can sell it all to someone how much is a fair price, if they dig it up themselves? Any advice is helpful. The picture is of just one kind.
By Donna from Versailles, MO
You might have a nice little nest egg there. I do not know what bamboo is going for, but it is the new sustainable wood. I don't think you dig it up! When you cut it, I think, it will grow back. You should go to the library and do a lot of research. I would love to have it. I do know that it can take over. Let me know how it's going. (06/02/2009)