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Bamboo Bag with short handles

  • $4.77
  • Product Code: 700414
  • Availability: In Stock

Made from sustainable, renewable Bamboo fibre. Plantation grown, pesticide and fertilizer free, biodegradable. Not from a food source plantation. Bag size: 370 x 420mm flat bag with short handles. Colour: natural. The bamboo fabric has a 'raw' feel rather than a 'silky' feel as it is made from spunbond Bamboo fibre and not the more damaging (in its production) rayon fibre.
 

Botanically categorized as a grass, bamboo is probably one of the world’s most sustainable fibre resources. It is the fastest growing woody grass and can grow up to nearly a metre a day under ideal conditions. Unlike trees, all bamboo have the potential to grow to full size in a single growing season of about 4 months. Bamboo reaches maturity quickly and is ready for harvesting in about 3-7 years.

Bamboo does not require replanting after harvesting because its vast root/rhizome network continually sprouts new shoots, pulling in sunlight and greenhouse gases and converting them to new green growth - without the need for chemicals. This saves bamboo plantations from the pesticides and fertilizers used for tree forestry and reduces the amount of mechanised work required to maintain the plantations.

 

Made from sustainable, renewable Bamboo fibre. Plantation grown, pesticide and fertilizer free, biodegradable. Not from a food source plantation. Bag size: 370 x 420mm flat bag with short handles. Colour: natural. The bamboo fabric has a 'raw' feel rather than a 'silky' feel as it is made from spunbond Bamboo fibre and not the more damaging (in its production) rayon fibre.
 

Botanically categorized as a grass, bamboo is probably one of the world’s most sustainable fibre resources. It is the fastest growing woody grass and can grow up to nearly a metre a day under ideal conditions. Unlike trees, all bamboo have the potential to grow to full size in a single growing season of about 4 months. Bamboo reaches maturity quickly and is ready for harvesting in about 3-7 years.

Bamboo does not require replanting after harvesting because its vast root/rhizome network continually sprouts new shoots, pulling in sunlight and greenhouse gases and converting them to new green growth - without the need for chemicals. This saves bamboo plantations from the pesticides and fertilizers used for tree forestry and reduces the amount of mechanised work required to maintain the plantations.

 

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