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Monday, January 20, 2014

Boosting onion farmers

Boosting onion farmers

Onion is Universally liked food product

Cultivation processing trading is profitable


Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Wednesday, January 01, 2014

THE FUTURE OF CELLULOSE FIBRES

Here is an interesting analysis about Cellulose...Within the next two decades the world
population will grow by 1.4 billion and is moving up the food chain. By 2030 we will have an additional demand for food of 43 %. On the other hand arable land is limited and the cropland area per
person will shrink. This situation will result in a food crisis.
Also the demand for textile fibres (natural as well as man-made) will increase by 84 %. But in the future
cotton production will be stagnant because of the limited availability of arable land.
The experience shows that approximately one third of textile fibres have to be cellulosic fibres because of
certain properties like absorbency and moisture management. This will result in a disproportionately high demand for man-made cellulosic fibres in the coming years.
The substitution of cotton by man-made cellulose fibres is also a contribution to environmental production