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What is Kenaf

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Introduction of Kenaf

Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) is a fibre crop closely related to okra and sunflower.

Kenaf has being utilized for over six millennia as cordage, food, oil source, paper making, insulation .Kenaf is a conventional crop similar to maize that requires lesser attention with little or no fertilizer application within a wide range of climatic conditions dependent of the species planted.

Kenaf grows quickly, rising to heights of 12-14 feet in as little as 4 to 5 months. U.S. Department of Agriculture studies show that kenaf yields is between 10 and 20 tons of dry fiber per hectare per year. There are many different varieties of kenaf, and certain varieties will perform better in certain locations, or under certain conditions than other varieties.  Plant management for energy and pulp require of several agronomic management considerations and evaluations to establish an optimized system. Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L., Malvaceae) is a tropical annual fiber crop. In recent years considerable efforts have been made to study the adaptability of kenaf varieties in European environments to produce biomass under various climatic conditions, proper planting time and population. 

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