why plant bamboo

Bamboo is a renewable source. It absorbs carbon dioxide and releases 35% more oxygen into the atmosphere compared to a tree. It matures and can be replanted within 3-5 years. Bamboo is a perfect alternative to any other raw materials and is a sustainable, cost effective and ecologically responsible.

Unlike most timber, bamboo is a self-regenerating natural resource; new shoots that appear annually ensure production after individual culms are harvested.Bamboo has many applications  in rural industries (handicrafts, furniture, utensils and houses) and it is also widely used in modern wood and paper industries. 

Bamboo is the most environmentally sound plant in the world and has been used for centuries and is still used for production of various products like Food, Shelter, Medicine, Clothes, Bedding and many other products. Its durability and strength makes bamboo an excellent choice for building materials.