July Bambu's Bamboo Forest Resources

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Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on Earth,typical growth rate for  bamboos is in the range of 3–10 cm (1.2–3.9 in) per day during the growing period. Some of the largest timber bamboo can grow over 30 m (98 ft) tall, and be as large as 25–30 cm (9.8–11.8 in) in diameter.
China as the Bamboo Origin, provides the optimal climate and soil conditions to grow, harvest, and process some of the most valued bamboo poles available worldwide. Our bamboo factory own 6.66 km2 bamboo forest.


One of the strongest building materials, bamboo has a tensile strength of 28,000 per square inch versus 23,000 for steel. It is 25% harder than Red Oak and 12% harder than North American Maple. Additionally, it has 50% less expansion or contraction than Red Oak.
JULY BAMBU offers bamboo plywood in sheet,with the standard size 2440 x 1220mm,while other sizes can customized on request. The plywood comes in the thickness from 3mm to 40mm. The bamboo board is sanded finished in natural or carbonized with vertical ,horizontal,zebra and strand woven grain types.


Our Bamboo Forest

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Founded 1999



The very dense fibers in each bamboo cane give the plant extreme flexibility, allowing it to bend without snapping. In earthquakes, a bamboo forest is actually a very safe place to take shelter, and houses made of bamboo have been known to withstand 9.0 magnitude quakes. For thousands of years bamboo has been the go-to building material for most of the world.


It is believed that if bamboo were planted on a mass basis it could completely reverse the effects of global warming in less then a decade, while providing a renewable source of food, building material, and erosion prevention.

Social Responsibility

The Future of Construction – Forests cover 31% of all Earth’s land.Every year 22 million acres of forested land is lost.Most redwoods have a 500 to 700 year lifespan, but some can live over 2000 years! Imagine destroying something that started growing in biblical times just to make a fence! In that same amount of time, one bamboo plant – which can be continually harvested every three years — could have been cut and re-grown over 650 times.