- published: 03 Feb 2015
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To know more about the largest member of grass family -BAMBOO, Watch this video "Baatein Kheti Ki" program’s main objective is to bring information related to agricultural development, seeds, and agricultural technological advancements to the farmers. It also discusses the various approaches of agriculture beneficial for farmers along with agro-experts. This show gives overall view of the agricultural, activities, development, advancement and innovations. https://www.facebook.com/greentvindia http://www.greentvindia.com/
Aleta Wondo, 350 kilometres (217 miles) south of the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa - recent 1. Various Tadesse Futa working on bamboo farm 2. SOUNDBITE: (Amharic) Tadesse Futa, Bamboo farmer "Previously I used bamboo simply to make local products: like chairs and beds for my house, fencing for outside and baskets. But since receiving this training - I've learned a lot more about how resourceful this bamboo is and how to take better care of it so the products I make are more diverse and of better quality. I now sell the things I make in Addis Ababa and am making more money from them - and I've really seen a huge increase in the price of bamboo." 3. Pan of Ethiopian landscape 4. Sign of East African Bamboo Project 5. Various bamboo forest and farmers 6. Various farmer Tadesse Futa a...
Rajshekhar Patil, a farmer based in Osmanabad too suffered crop losses due to extreme hailstorm and heavy rains but relatively less than most of the other farmers. How? Well, Rajshekar advises to plant the Bamboo and Suru trees near fields which has helped and worked for him too. Watch the complete news here : http://youtu.be/8dY7ZVOmW98
Bamboo Revolution, in partnership with Bamboo Valley, have taken the first crucial steps towards creating a timber bamboo industry based in Oregon. In 2009, they transplanted live Moso bamboo plants to Oregon from Louisiana. In early 2011, another trip was made adding to the current stock, now growing in Albany, Oregon. Over the past two years, Bamboo Revolution and Bamboo Valley built a relationship with Andy Ringle of Avery Island, La., home of Tabasco® pepper sauce. His family holds a lease on one of the oldest timber bamboo groves in America. Planted in 1910 by former Tabasco president E. A. McIlhenny, in cooperation with the USDA, this grove represented, at the time, an initial step toward the establishment of a bamboo industry in this country. However, with McIlhenny's death in ...
Bamboo seedling can sow a future of prosperity. A plantation of bamboo can be a sustainable source of Wealth. There will soon be huge demand for bamboo. For your information, some manufacturing factories in Kenya will soon be migrating from the regular use of hydro-electric power to bamboo as a source of energy or biomass. Currently, one of these factories has requested a supply of over 30 tons of bamboo daily. Internationally, we have many requests for bamboo fiber. Various companies in clothing and pulp manufacturing are looking for an average of 15,000 metric tons a month. Yes, you are reading that correct! Bamboo is the timber of the 21st century.
Nearly 70% of Africa's bamboo forests grow in Ethiopia, but much of it is commercially untouched. However, start-up companies like African Bamboo, a forestry, wood, and bio-energy company based in Addis Ababa, has come up with innovative ways to tap into Ethiopia's natural resource. Paul Ndiho reports.
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July 2015 -- Samaritan's Purse is rebuilding livelihoods for farmers and families in the Philippines through bamboo! The bamboo project will generate income for families in vulnerable rural communities. Support these projects here: http://www.samaritanspurse.org/donation-items/philippines-projects
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