💥 One of our Bamboo Farmer-Partners recently planted 10 Acres (nearly 4000 bamboo mother plants) in Bartow, FL!

Bamboo is the most versatile crop for farmers.    There are hundreds of uses for bamboo — including (but not limited to):  building materials,  alternative energy,  health and beauty products, and even healthy edibles.

The demand for bamboo is skyrocketing as more people become aware of the benefits and multiple uses.

These numbers are staggering:

The United States has imported 60 million pounds of bamboo shoots from Asia (in past years)

There is a DEMAND for nearly 335 million pounds of bamboo.

We are projecting the need for over 1000 acres of commercial bamboo farms to keep up with demand!

Have vacant land you would like to put to use?  Consider Commercial Bamboo farming 💥

Not only does bamboo release 35% more oxygen than trees ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ It is also a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and help fight global warming!

Does Bamboo Release More Oxygen than Trees?

OnlyMoso USA has experienced unprecedented growth in our Commercial Bamboo Farming division.   Year after year, we continue to build a strong foundation and will see in the near future that the United States will be the capital of the bamboo industry.    We encourage you to reach out if you would like to be a part of this revolution!

Our vision to bring commercial bamboo farming & harvesting to the United States has come to fruition! We feel so blessed to work with our Farmer Partners, Harvesters, and packing house. Many more good things coming!!!

Check out the GROWTH this commercial bamboo farmer experienced 13 months after planting approximately 7000 plants in Frostproof, FL!

We were happy to help one of our Commercial Bamboo Farmer partners troubleshoot a drainage system issue this past month. We will be there for ALL of our bamboo farmer partners!

This week we are planting 15,000 tropical bamboo mother plants at Ingram ranch — 20 miles north of Frostproof.

Our featured bamboo farmer, Calvin Young, growing bamboo in Central Florida

This commercial bamboo strang belongs to the Phyllostachys family – we grew it in North Florida (which is very challenging – but do-able!).

This crop was planted in 2018 and has seen enormous growth!