Mississippi weekend 26th/28th March 2021

A recent field trip to visit Farmer Partners to Jackson, Mississippi, demonstrates the strong commitment OnlyMoso and it’s Farmer Partners have for successfully growing bamboo in the Delta.

After a pause in planting new fields in the region (caused in large part to the pandemic, we tried to enter Lousiana in 2020, but was practically impossible April to July…) and OnlyMoso interest and commitment to work with its existing Growers to understand some of the unique challenges of growing bamboo in this region.

Growing bamboo commercially demonstrates how vital it is to work hand in hand with the Grower. The need for the sharing of knowledge that may only be known by local grower based on his or her longevity in owning and working the land ( his land, its own microclimate and the specific many factors, different in 11 states where we plant ).

OnlyMoso is fortunate to have some of the best Growers in the region, working with us to help establish this crop as a major cash crop!

A new star is born in OnlyMoso USA corp!

The new network of representatives are professionals that first of all care much more to learn and study the agronomical aspect of bamboo, than cashing commissions!

Glen has been calling our Corporate office almost every day, to make sure to follow procedures and he is calling all his accounts every single week!

Glen came on board before the end of 2020, not to be just a simple rep signing contracts!!!!

No, he precisely asked to be an Account Manager and he is doing so well, that soon we are going to offer him also other additional positions in our organization! In one of our factories, we have available now and or a position in the future/ones we are about to open !!

We have others Representatives joining with the same attitude, making sure all our bamboo farmers maintain constant contact with Corporate office directly or through them and NOT as in the past where some old salespersons did all possible to prevent this connection!!!!!

Thanks, Glen welcome on board.

Henon will become the most popular bamboo breed in the United States

Much Bigger than Tropical bamboo!

This is an 18 month planted bamboo field in Macon / Georgia ( October 2019 )

Look at the size of the new shoots…!!!

With the Tropical bamboo in Florida, we were just starting and understanding..
And just touching / scraping the tip of the ICEBERG…..

Virginia, Carolina N & S, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana up to North Texas will become the major states for bamboo!

Moso can successfully grow in FLORIDA.

-Fred was successful, because he has been farming for decades.
-Fred was successful, also because he is a blueberry farmer and growing blueberry, you must be very clever; 1 mistake 1 day and you lose all!!
-Fred was successful, because he followed exactly our instructions and because we had great cooperation with him and there were lots of communications going on between corporate office / Fred and our Fields experts!!

But above all Fred was very open to cooperate and to explain us the challenges we may face in that environment, weather, microclimate, etc..
Without this tight cooperation, how could we possibly understand 11 states’ farming challenges? And where every state has 4 to 7 different microclimates WITHIN that same state?

He also had low temperatures in the last 5 years, but we found a solution together.  We also had some little drainage issues, but together we found the possible solutions!

This is an example of real, true, fair, and honest cooperation and this is why we keep sending him other mother plants, almost for free although we have no obligation to do it !!

Now finally we have true and real professionals in our 5 networks and those pioneering years ( 2016 / 2018 ) are over and the new management teams are just doing great!!

Bamboo Has been on Earth for millions of years !!

We had enough of this NonSense of bamboo being invasive: read what follows and build your own culture.

Bamboo is invasive only if it is planted in your backyard or garden and only if it is a bamboo runner.

It can spread as quickly as it grows, and it does not respect fences or property lines. Moreover, those bamboo runner rhizomes will take over anything, including merging roots with other plants, making it almost impossible to have them eliminated from your backyard or garden.

Nurseries in America have been selling these runners for a long time, without letting customers know what they should do and how they should plant them.

Therefore, unless you are an AG sector expert, you should not plant a bamboo runner in your backyard or garden!

💥 As for clumping bamboo, no one really cares about it because it will not spread.💥

In large farming fields, and with the help of our experts, anyone can plant any kind of bamboo. If you want bamboo runners, you need to have a perimetral trench 3 feet wide and 3 feet deep in case you have no RIVERS or COMPACT roads. This is necessary so you can limit the expansion of Bamboo Runners (the PHYLLOSTACHYS bamboo family).

The AG Department granted OnlyMoso the honor to be the FIRST company, in Florida and in the USA, to have the permit to plant Phyllostachys bamboo runners.

Bamboo has been in America for millions of years, and, unfortunately, the only Continent that has no bamboo is Europe because of the last Ice Age, which occurred 10,000 years ago.

Finally, the entire planet is growing bamboo, and this is the right time to start preventing sending billions of dollars to Asia.< By doing that, we may even improve our trade imbalance.