About the Kenaf Plant

About the Kenaf Plant Related

New Uses for Kenaf:: Information Staff, Agricultural Research Service, USDA. Communicating news and information about scientific research.

Kenaf:: The Environmental Entrepreneurship Powerhouse. Kenaf has the potential to drive economic development through its multiple uses from tree free paper to food for people. Kenaf produces a green fiber and has the potential for environmental remediation of oil spills and removing toxic wastes. Through the SPW Ecojustice Center we support kenaf entrepreneurship with certification programs and kenaf joint ventures. We invite you to learn more. I am a gr

Kenaf Seed:: Wholesale distributor of kenaf seed.

Kenaf: Taking Root?:: Article by Brooke Wurst on the history of the use of this crop by the newsprint industry.

Kenaf Paper: An Ecological Alternative:: written by the Forest Friendly Paper Campaign, this site discusses on how kenaf is identified as the best non-wood paper alternative.

Kenaf: An Emerging New Crop Industry:: Information on kenaf history, cultivations, resources This report describes an on-going adventure with a new crop called kenaf, Hibiscus cannabinus L, a new annual fiber crop with a range of product applications.

Plant Conservation Alliance - Alien Plant Working Group:: is a web-based project of the PCA that provides information for the general public, land managers, researchers, and others on the serious threat and impacts of invasive alien (exotic, non-native) plants to the native flora, fauna, and natural ecosystems of the United States.

Alternative Field Crops Manual: Kenaf:: History of kenaf, its uses, growth habits, environmental requirements, cultural practices and the economics of the crop.

Kenaf: A Non-food Multi-purpose Crop for Southern Europe:: Information on a project to evaluate the potential of this crop for the production of industrial materials and bio-fuels in Europe. [PDF]

A Summary of Kenaf Production and Product Development Research 1989-1993:: This publication serves as a summary of this research of the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station at Mississippi State University and several of its outlying branch stations. The topics discussed range from agronomic research to various aspects of product development. Has links to most of the research of the pioneering Mississippi State University publications.

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