Monthly Archives: July 2015

Bamboo Investment in Australia

GROWING bamboo for what appears to be an insatiable market is one of many investment opportunities currently doing the rounds. Every bamboo scheme requires close scrutiny from the outset. However, bamboo production has a lot going for it and should … Continue reading

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Bamboo Yarn and Bamboo Fiber

Bamboo fiber is a kind of regenerated cellulose. Its fiber strength is better and steady. It has high wearability, excellent spinnability. It is a natural cellulosic fiber, can naturally degrade in soil, pollution-free to environment after decomposing, so it is … Continue reading

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Conservation of Agarwood Aquilaria Crassna in Vietnam

Hoang Thanh Loc[12] & Nguyen Duc To Luu Central Forest Seed Company, Hanoi, Vietnam Introduction Aquilaria crassna or Agarwood (Thymeleaceae) is medium-sized evergreen tree growing to a height of 15-20m and a diameter at breast height of 40-50cm. A. crassna … Continue reading

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Bamboo for Biomass Energy

When the search is on for effective and sustainable supplies of renewable energy, it is surprising that bamboo, noted for their fast growth and high production, have not been considered as a potential source of what is also referred to … Continue reading

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What is Agarwood and oud oil

Agarwood, also known as oud, oodh or agar, is a dark resinous heartwood that forms in Aquilaria and Gyrinops trees (large evergreens native to southeast Asia) when they become infected with a type of mould. Prior to infection, the heartwood … Continue reading

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