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Why is Bamboo sustainable?
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Bamboo Is Sustainable For Many Reasons. How Fast It Grows, How Easy It Grows, What It Needs To Grow, And How It Is Harvested. All Of These Steps Require Fewer Resources Than Other Materials Such As Cotton And Wood, Which In Turn Makes Bamboo a More Sustainable Material To Produce And Use. Therefore, The Sustainability Of Bamboo Makes It a Better Material Choice Than Plastic.




Legend Has It That If You Look Closely At The Bamboo Stem, You Can See It Growing. While This May Not Be True, Bamboo Certainly Beats Its Competitors When It Comes To Speed. Bamboo Is The Usain Bolt Of The Plant World. The Fastest Growing Bamboo Species Is Giant Bamboo, Which Grows 91 Centimeters (31 Inches) In 24 Hours, And Although 40 Centimeters (15 Inches) Is Closer To a Normal Day's Growth, It Holds The Guinness World Record.




Bamboo Requires Much Less Water To Grow Than Its Competitors, And When Planted Properly, Bamboo Roots Draw Water From 2 To 3 Feet Below The Soil Surface, Meaning No Additional Irrigation Is Needed.


Not Only Does This Save Water, But It Doesn't Require The Resources That Plants Like Cotton Need To Collect And Redistribute Water. As a Result, Less Manpower, Less Fuel Needed To Transport Water, No Plastic Used In Irrigation Systems, And No Habitat Destroyed By Water Diversion.


Including The Production Process, Cotton Consumes An Average Of 200 Liters Of Water To Produce One Bamboo.




Bamboo Does Not Need To Be Sprayed With Pesticides To Stay Healthy. Although The Pest Can Attack, Damage, And Destroy Cultivated Bamboo, It Cannot Kill Bamboo And Therefore Poses No Threat To Commercially Grown Bamboo.




Bamboo Is Often Considered Invasive Due To Its Self-Reproducing Nature, But This Is a Huge Benefit When Growing Bamboo. When Bamboo Is Cut And Harvested, The Plant Regrows. Bamboo Is a Type Of Grass That Regrows Like a Mowed Lawn. This Self-Reproduction Means That It Does Not Need To Be Replanted After Harvest And Therefore Uses Fewer Resources Than Other Crops.


Once Harvested, Cotton, For Example, Needs To Be Replanted And Requires a Lot Of Manpower And Fuel For Farm Vehicles, Even Though Cotton Yields Only One-Tenth The Amount Of Bamboo Per Acre.

Once The Bamboo Is Cut, a New Leaf Grows From The Stem, Delivering Fuel To The Root System, And Then It Spreads And Grows Upward, Becoming The New Stem. The More You Cut, The More It Spreads.

Bamboo Absorbs Five Times More Toxins Than The Equivalent Amount Of Trees.

Pub Time : 2023-10-13 17:46:30 >> News list
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