By georgitte. bamboo. At Sunday, March 03rd 2019, 18:52:43 PM.
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the APC group is recognized as one of the world s leading forestry and plantation managers and has now undertaken to invest more than 50 million u.s. dollars into one of the most remarkable plant species on earth bamboo it s everywhere in Asia Africa and South America and yet has been overlooked despite its extraordinary versatility the aapc group is now set to become the leading player in the global bamboo market with plantation projects on the horizon in Africa Asia South and Central America and the United States the population of our planet is growing and so is the demand for energy our existing resources mostly fossil fuels are finite at already
market leader in bamboo cultivation expansion is already underway with the establishment of Africa plantation capital in Kenya and the acquisition of prime land for bamboo plantations Africa plantation capital has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kenya Forestry Research Institute in a move that will advance the interests of both parties in the cultivation of a species that has become vital for the planet bamboo is fast growing with some species capable of shooting up by more than three feet in a single day it is also naturally antibacterial taking away the need for damaging fertilizers and pesticides giving bamboo a huge advantage as material for flooring along with its natural strength and durability this remarkable plant is now being taken seriously as a substitute for cotton and your bamboo plantation fully mature at between five and six years of the age can be turned into one of the softest fabrics on earth rivaling the likes of the finest cotton silk and