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Vietnam Bamboo Stakes/Poles/Canes, 1000000 Pieces/Spot

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Product Poles
Type of species Asian Hardwood
Species Bamboo
Origin Vietnam


Grading system ATIBT grading rules
Quality ATIBT_A/B(first)
Volume 5000 pieces Spot - 1 time Convert
Diameter 4-10 cm Convert
Length 1-10 m Convert
Product performance description

Bamboo cut for the first time is 3 times harder than wood and very high quality.
Straight, flexible bamboo shafts have growth rings (nodes) equal to the length of the cane and naturally vary in spacing.
An inexpensive way to deposit plants. Bamboo is a natural product and can be elongated from root to tip,
with a standard size of 1-3m, a diameter of 4-10cm and can customize.
Diameters given are the base end of the pole. These poles do taper toward the tip end. Strong and sustainable material. Variety of lengths and diameters for all sorts of projects

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Incoterm FOB - goods are loaded on a ship in port of export Country Vietnam Region Ho Chi Minh city
Sells to: Worldwide



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