Smooth and luxurious to the touch, bamboo fabric keeps you cool in high temperatures, while warming you when it's cold. The fastest growing plant in the world, it thrives naturally without need of fertilizers or pesticides and needs very little water. It's yield is 10 times that of a cotton crop, which is great news for the soil too.- Joe Komodo says... Grow baby grow !
Widely available in China, India and Japan, bamboo grows in tropical and temperate environments, without need of pesticides or herbicides to grow well.
How does bamboo grow?
Bamboo is a grass that does not need to be replanted as cotton or hemp. Its growth occurs naturally thanks to rain water, without the use of irrigation or chemical pesticides and fertilisers.
What are the advantages for your body?
Soft feel, antimicrobial properties, quick moisture absorption and quick drying capabilities. Bamboo will keep you warm in cool weather and cool in warm weather, protecting your body from ultraviolet rays. It is also anti-static.
Bamboo absorbs carbon dixoide and releases 35% more oxygen into the atmosphere than the equivalent standard of hardwood trees.
Why is Bamboo sustainable?
Bamboo is able to produce 35% more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees. It also sequesters carbon dioxide, it is carbon neutral and also functions as an excellent soil erosion inhibitor. Its ethical features include renewability, biodegradability, efficient space consumption, low water use and organic status.
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