wordls base cases include

rice - bangaldesh 1977 economist presented happiest pictire in world- graph log how much sustainable rice efficiency to gain between hi and lo rice productiviuty nations- the main solution to ebding famine

veggies - bangladesh- while brac helped bangaldesh end famine with kits leading rice science pratnerships of 1970s/1980s - infants in loarticular need vitamins that rce's protein doiesn not offere- hence the imperative of rice and veggies valkue chian designed round poorest and snes- led by brac- and conneted with ist netowrk of 250000 para-helath servnbts - probabaly the world's first big social business and definitely the elad stioryu of how brac bi=uot aa riural health secrice startig with nkothing other thn desire of vilage mothers to save their kids lives

chicken feed bangladesh (ie form land not usable for human food)

fibre crops - eg china-korea

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welcome to our current home pages of economistkorea.us - see also economistkorea,net

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below: fibre crop science- first new era knowledge exchange between china - n korea- fibfe crop science is part of our search for sdg economic zones and hubs that agriculture can contribute especially as overland roads become essential to Belt Road mapping and new dev banking

notes from aiib summit 2017 jeju korea

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6/30 /2018 kim's trip across china border tiday shows fibre crop science is first knowledge excnangge between n kotea and china since trump-kim meeting- it can become great sme vakue chain

below why wikipedia says fiobre crops matter

related references social forrestry-

nb also as plastic bags are replaced fibre made bags will grow big

since his student days sme croip science has been one of xi jinpings leading peer knowledge netwirks and ways of micrifranchising solutionhs to ebnd riral povert6y in china

today particularly in remote areas characteristic of china and russian land- may be golden age of big data small /local agriculture- drones can collect so much info- alibaba analysis is pivotal (see http://damocity.net 15 billion dolar worldwide investment in research of this kind)

nb alibaba different types oif agrilabs with detailed reporting support fromalibabauni.com

1 huge coutruies with remjeote lands eg russia and nw china and mongoilia

2 hugely populated countries with scarcity of land- world lead case bangladesh - replicable crop science to a lot of inda/s asia

3 expect eg indonesia to be =different again as unctad and jack ma make this one of the first nations they choose agritech eetrepreneusr from ; along with world bank annual meet starring indonesia oct 2018 and world bank/aiib billion dollar partnership in ending slums in indoenesia - nb asean supertstars of sustainability generation = singapore, indonesia and...

nb high end markets of agriculture likely to be a key part of alibaba celebrations of its partnerships with japan - starting with next big leap tokyo maolympics.com

Fiber crops are field crops grown for their fibers, which are traditionally used to make paper, cloth, or rope. They are organized into 3 main groups—textile fibers (used in production of cloth), cordage fibers (used in production of rope), and filling fibers (used to stuff upholstery and mattresses). They are a type of natural fiber.[1]

Fiber crops are characterized by having a large concentration of cellulose, which is what gives them their strength. The fibers may be chemically modified, like in viscose (used to make rayon and cellophane). In recent years, materials scientists have begun exploring further use of these fibers in composite materials. Due to cellulose being the main factor of a plant fibers strength, this is what scientists are looking to manipulate to create different types of fibers.

Fiber crops are generally harvestable after a single growing season, as distinct from trees, which are typically grown for many years before being harvested for such materials as wood pulp fiber or lacebark. In specific circumstances, fiber crops can be superior to wood pulp fiber in terms of technical performance, environmental impact or cost.[2]

There are a number of issues regarding the use of fiber crops to make pulp.[3] One of these is seasonal availability. While trees can be harvested continuously, many field crops are harvested once during the year and must be stored such that the crop doesn't rot over a period of many months. Considering that many pulp mills require several thousand tonnes of fiber source per day, storage of the fiber source can be a major issue.These fiber mostly found in leaf ,seeds or in the body of a tree.

Botanically, the fibers harvested from many of these plants are bast fibers; the fibers come from the phloem tissue of the plant. The other fiber crop fibers are hard/leaf fibers (come from the entirety of plant vascular bundles) and surface fibers (come from plant epidermal tissue).[1]

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