Absorbs greenhouse gases. Bamboo absorbs carbon dioxide up to 5 times greater and releases 35% more oxygen into the atmosphere than an equivalent stand of hardwood trees.
No fertilizer, pesticides, or herbicides needed. Bamboo requires no agricultural chemicals to thrive. Bamboo does not require fertilizers for optimal growth. Discarded leaves of bamboo provide all needed nutrients when they start to decompose.
Bamboo grows in a variety of conditions. Bamboo helps to preserve vital moisture in the soil. From low wetlands to higher elevations in the mountains, bamboo thrives in a wide range of climates.
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on the planet. Unlike other woody plants, bamboo reaches maturity after only 3 to 5 years.
Planting one bamboo = carbon neutrality for one person. One bamboo tree generates plenty of natural oxygen sufficient for more than one human being’s daily requirement.
One fully grown bamboo would sequester above 400 Kgs of carbon dioxide from the earth every year for many decades to come. If you don’t want to leave a carbon foot print for the next generation, plant bamboo. It’s that simple.
A family of four including a dog or a cat would essentially require 1100 to 1250 kg of oxygen every year for breathing which is made available by 3-4 bamboo plants organically. Plant an extra one just in case! Click here to contact us.