The Bamboo farm tour Kenya is a 1 Day tour that offers a complete introduction to bamboo; from how its grown, its products and income generating ability.Bamboo farming is becoming more popular in Kenya.
Bamboo is redefining the rules of architecture and design. We believe the future must be both beautiful and sustainable.Bamboo has been termed as the sustainable building material of the future. Bamboo farming is transforming lives across Kenya and it has the potential to transform you from a middle-income earner into a millionaire in record time.
Bamboo farming is popular in China and the US where it is grown for medicinal, ornamental purposes and feeding of panda.
Back home in Kenya, this type of farming is peaking with potential demand coming from construction companies, landscapers and even beer manufacturers. It can replace poor performing crops like, maize, sugarcane and even coffee.
the bamboo farm tour Kenya is for anyone willing to understand the farming of bamboo plants in Kenya. it gives full details on the different variety found in the country and where they can be grown. the soil and weather conditions favorable for its growth.the tour gives a number of products of bamboo and samples.anyone willing to take a study research of the bamboo plant will benefit from the tour as well.
who knew bamboo can be eaten and its is indeed a delicacy? well you need to have a taste to believe its actually edible,come lets find out which parts are edible which are medicinal which can be used for contraction and so much more.
Bamboo has an immense potentiality. Indeed, there are at least 1500 recorded uses of bamboo. The important usages are mainly in paper industry, building material, tiny and cottage industries, handicrafts, medicinal products, edible shoots and new generation products such as wood substitutes, truck bodies, railway carriages, bamboo boards, tiles etc. Competition for timber is getting tougher, trees resources are becoming scarce and opportunities to plant are more limited. Go-Bamboo as an alternative to traditional timber.
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