KENAF - An alternative crop for trophies and mineral agriculture

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Introduction of plants that can cut old growth forests Hibiscus cannabinus L., Cotton Cotton (Gossypium Hirsutum L.) and Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) have a closely related annual climate. Cannabis can be used as a domestic supply of dark fiber in rope, twine, carpet background and flower preparation. Research, in the early 1940s, focused on the development of high-yield anthracite resistant varieties, cultural practices and harvesting machinery. Cannabis fiber has many properties of both fiber and plant fiber, which is an ideal plant and renewable source of fiber. The kennel includes textile fibers and wood fiber features. The resulting fibers are extremely strong and very durable. There are many uses in kenaf. Pulp, paper and cardboard (by wet process).









Standard newsletters contain between 90% and 100% Alchemy thermo-mechanical pulp.
Standard newsletters from solid paper from a mix of KTMP pulp and de-inked pulp.
Newspapers from the Kinnef Thermo Mechanical Pulp (KTMP) and wood pulp mix from Southern Pine.
Super-calendered writing and printing paper from KTMP pulp compounds.
Different types of writing and printing paper containing TTMP.
Fine coated paper from a mixture containing KTMP.
Different types of tissue paper containing KTMP pulp.
Salafi goop (craft) from whole kenif stem and separate fibers.
The chemical is obtained from the holes through the process of the chemical pulp or by the addition of graft to separate fibers.
Lancer, Kinf pulp drainage board (using both Kinf Steam for mechanical or chemical processes or separate fiber).
Lining for the roofs in the picture.
Hard board panels made of whole stars or separate fibers.
Cellulose for
kennel use from whole kenaf handmade art paper or separate fibers.
Panels (using loose process textured fiberglass).
Moldable Fiber Donkey for industrial use from Kenaf Boss Fiber.
Natural loose fiber for interior panels for cars and planes.
Hard Mineral Products: Boxes, trays, drums, pallets, etc. for packing, storage and shipment of industrial products.
Press boards and other materials for use in the furniture and construction industries.
Compressed insulation panel.
Decorative wall panels.
Linings in compressed fibers for doors and other decorative applications (architectural).
Uses traditional immigrants
Padding material (to replace jet and kennel imported from Asia).
String, rope and bone imports for import workmanship.
Material for asses and furniture.
Fiber fiber asses loaded with grass seeds and sentimental agents for "instant lawn".
Drying products by cooling fiber asses together to control ground consumption of drying products.
Uses mass as absorbent agent.
Animal farm
gardening and flower growing products.
Cleaning of liquid leaks from plants in industrial areas. Extra for drilling mids in
industrial floor cleaning
oil wells.
Filtering products.
Compass
packing equipment.
Entry, natural and biodegradable filter, is used instead of polystyrene foam.
Wrap gifts and crafts.
Natural fuel.
Biodas for burning in different types (powder, basic fiber and generally waste). About 1,700,000 acres of coconut are now being grown worldwide. It is usually grown by a small holder and backyard farmers. China is more than 250,000 acres but millions of acres are planned to grow. Agriculture has been used for rope, food, baskets and cookers for kennels. Kennev combines the environment with the need for civil society, the most important piece of paper. At the same time it can help reduce climate change induced by catastrophe. This is a win-win plant.



Cannabis is being used as an immigrant crop in Africa and Asia, as well as its implementation over 4000 years. However, in 2008, KENIF occurred in the developing world because of many factors, including global warming, catastrophic kidney damage, high energy prices and extreme weather developing in our planet. As a result of these factors, the use of wood-based fibers requires an environmentally sound alternative and will continue to grow in the uncertain future.

For many years, kenaf was considered just an environmental novelty, used mostly by so-called ecofanatics. They bought kenaf as a rumor, because they did not want to buy the chips from the old growth forest. Many people did not believe in the key factors in increasing the likelihood and potential of global warming to drive global climate change. But as the Arctic ice is melting, and as more and more wild weather continues, oil prices continue to plummet and global warming subsides, with the coming climate change and the sea of ​​sustainable development advancing
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