The Hemp Plant is poised to revolutionize industry by taking the place of more toxic materials and putting us on a path to a cleaner, more sustainable world. Hemp can also provide a cleaner, safer more sustainable substitute for paper, textiles, building materials, and even automobiles.
Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L) is a fiber-producing plant besides roselle and jute. Kenaf plant fibers are commonly used as material for burlap sacks, carpets, ropes, geotextiles, and handicrafts. Economically, kenaf plant agribusiness has excellent prospects because almost all kenaf parts can be used for raw materials for various industries. For this reason, kenaf, which is one of the mainstay varieties of fiber in Indonesia, has the potential to have a fairly high export value.