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One property owner thought if he just cut the Bamboo down it would go away. Bamboo will not die off if you cut it down. New growth will grow and multiply causing unwanted Bamboo expansion.
Some NJ landfills have banned Bamboo disposal because the sharp Bamboo roots may tear the landfill liner. Chipping Bamboo on site can cause Bamboo particles to spread by dispersion causing new Bamboo growth.
Bamboo can grow under fences and sidewalks. Bamboo particles can become airborne. This picture shows Bamboo growth on a neighbors property behind the fence.
Improper Bamboo handling can cause Bamboo to regrow in areas that Bamboo touch or particles that are dispersed by air can cause Bamboo growth
ESI's Team of Environmental Biologist's can create cost effective permanent Bamboo eradication solution. Most landscapers or tree companies do not have the technical expertise to deal with Bamboo.
The only way to properly remove Bamboo is to remove the roots and soils around the roots. Once this process is complete
decorative landscaping can be restored.