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liking kawayan

on 11 November 2012

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Transcript of DPSA

What is Kawayan/ Bamboo? KAWAYAN: Barangay Katangawan Kawayan at Katangawan DPSA: One of the place in General Santos City, where you can find Kawayan/ Bamboo Bamboo is a tribe of flowering perennial evergreen
plants in the grass family Poaceae,
subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae.
Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family.
In bamboos,
the internodal regions of the stem are hollow and the vascular
bundles in the cross section are scattered throughout
the stem instead of in a cylindrical arrangement.
Katangawan is one of the barangays which
are in the outlying area of
Highly Urbanized City General Santos City (Dadiangas).

The highly urbanized city General Santos City (Dadiangas)
with a population of about 529,542 and its 26 barangays
belong to the partly urban areas in the Philippines.
While some of the barangays developed
modern urban structures, some others,
especially those which are seated in the outlying areas,
remained rural.
By the end of 2007 Katangawan had 10,636 residents.

Katangawan, also became famous because of our
Ms. Universe,
Shamcey Supsup.

But aside from this, Katangawan is also rich in
different variety of banana, coconut and
kawayan which will be our topic. Location of Katangawan: Shamcey Supsup Types of Kawayan: Kawayang Tinik Kawayang walang tinik Apos Bamboo Giant Bamboo Bagacay Bamboo Uses of Bamboo:
Housing Bridge
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