Bamboo in Nigeria

Does anyone have any idea about any Bamboo plantations in Nigeria?
It doesn’t have to be big.
There’s a research I’m doing currently on Bamboo.

Thank you.

Which state are you in ?

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I am currently in Lagos.
By April, I’ll be going to Ibadan for some months.

For the sake of the research, I can be willing to travel if it will be worth it.

Do you know one?

Thank you.

I am researching on using Bamboo as a building material.

However, not all species can be used for construction due to some long reasons.

So, I need to carry out tests on the bamboo species we have in Nigeria to see if they are suitable.

If they are not, I’ll need to import bamboo culms or seeds.
But I don’t have the full idea on the propagation and maintenance.

That’s the summary.

Awaiting your reply.

Thank you.

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Thank you so much.
Expecting to here from you.

Well done.
I’m at Abeokuta

There are a few stick stand of bamboo here, if u’re chanced and passing by, you can take a look.

That’s awesome.
Where in Abeokuta exactly?
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