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Cultural and harvesting methods for kenaf

an annual crop source of pulp in the Southeast

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Published by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States.
    • Subjects:
    • Kenaf -- Southern States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 36-38.

      Statementby G. A. White [and others]
      ContributionsWhite, George A. 1930-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS21 .Z2382 no. 113, SB261.A5 .Z2382 no. 113
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 38 p.
      Number of Pages38
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5025515M
      LC Control Number73608977

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CULTURAL AND HARVESTING METHODS FOR ANNUAL CROP SOURCE OF PULP IN THE SOUTHEAST [White, G.A., et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. CULTURAL AND HARVESTING METHODS FOR ANNUAL CROP SOURCE OF PULP IN THE SOUTHEASTAuthor: et al White, G.A.

Cultural and harvesting methods for kenaf: an annual crop source of pulp in the Southeast by White, George A. (George Albert), Cultural and harvesting methods for kenaf. an annual crop source of pulp in the south east. widely evaluated for use in kenaf production, harvesting, and processing systems.

It has been demonstrated. that standard forage cutting (Fig. 1), chopping (Fig. 2), and baling equipment can be. White GA, Cummins DG, Whitely EL, Fike WT, Greig JK, Martin JA, Killinger GB, Higgins JJ, Clark TF () Cultural and harvesting methods for kenaf. USDA Prod. Res. Report Washington, DC.

Wilson and Margaret, Google ScholarCited by: 9. The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, Material and Methods Kenaf Plant Material Preparations Mature, day-old kenaf plants, were harvested at ground level in October prior to a killing frost.

Cultural and harvesting methods for kenaf. USDA Prod. Res. Rpt. (Vol. Washington, DC. Kenaf does not perform well on soils with severe drainage problems. Prolonged periods of standing water, particularly during the seedling stage, can severely inhibit growth. Cultural Practices: A. Seedbed Preparation: Kenaf seeds are relatively small and.

When harvesting kenaf for fibre use, moisture content and equipment availability are important considerations. Kenaf can be harvested for fibre either when is actively growing or when it is dead (after the killing frost or after herbicides application).

The dry standing kenaf can be cut and then chopped, baled, or transported as full-length by: Industrial Crops and Products 22 () – Cultivation of kenaf and sunn hemp in the mid-Atlantic United States Harbans L.

Bhardwaja,∗, Charles L. Webber IIIb, Glenn S. Sakamotoc a Agricultural Research Station, Virginia State University, Petersburg, VAUSA b USDA-ARS, South Central Agricultural Research Laboratory, Lane, OKUSA c USDA-NRCS, Plant Materials Center.

Kenaf. Hibiscus cannabinus L.) is a short day, annual, herbaceous plant producing high quality cellulose.

Kenaf is a valuable fiber crop that is cultivated for its fibrous stem. yield a liquid (broth) culture medium. Solidified media Often, culture media is prepared in a solid form, su ch as that in the slants and petri plates which you used previously this semester. Generally, culture media is solidified with the addition of AGAR, a purified carbohydrate obtained from a marine seaweed.

Agar is the most widely usedFile Size: KB. SUMMARY The diversity of kenaf’s useful plant components is paralleled by even a greater diversity of harvestingand processing systems that can produce an increasing number of potential commercial products. Under-standing the crop’s composition and the desired end products is key to selecting the optimum harvest andprocessing system.

Sufficient technology and equipment is already available. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Kenaf can be used as a domestic source of cordage fiber in the manufacture of rope, twine, carpet backing and burlap.

Analysis, in the early forties, targeted on the enhancement of large-yielding anthracnose-resistant types, cultural techniques and harvesting equipment. A description of kenaf harvesting machinery to enable the industrialization of kenaf. Machinery varies from hand held machines to large scale self propelled kenaf harvesters.

Category. Kenaf: A Multi-Purpose Crop for Several Industrial Applications introduces the physiology and field management of kenaf, agronomy, productivity, harvesting as well as its the industrial and energy uses of this promising non-food crop.

Bhardwaj et al. () examined the prospect of multiple kenaf forage harvests during a single growing season, harvesting kenaf at 85, 92, and 99 DAP and then reharvesting the same plants at DAP.

The research demonstrated the feasibility of multiple kenaf harvests, and that kenaf protein during the second harvests was equal to or greater.

Kenaf Plant harvesting & separation of core and bast fiber. High quality kenaf fibres from Malaysia. Get this from a library. Cultural and harvesting methods for kenaf, an annual crop source of pulp in the Southeast. [George A White; United States. Agricultural Research Service.;].

Harvesting methods Kenaf is harvested at the beginning of fl owering, either by hand or mechanically. Standard cutting, chopping and bal- ing equipment can be used for harvesting kenaf as a forage and fi bre crop.

It is an economic advantage to use presently available commercial harvesting equipment. Kenaf [etymology: Persian], Hibiscus cannabinus, is a plant in the family Malvaceae also called Deccan hemp and Java jute. Hibiscus cannabinus is in the genus Hibiscus and is native to southern Asia, though its exact origin is name also applies to the fibre obtained from this plant.

Kenaf is one of the allied fibres of jute and shows similar : Malvaceae.Laboratory and field tests have demonstrated that a component approach to harvesting kenaf and separating the fibre and core has a lot of potential.

Machines used for harvesting kenaf required only minor, if any, modification. The straw-walker from a combine harvester proved to work very well to separate the kenaf fibre and by: Kenaf bast fibers provide kraft pulp with excellent strength related properties, particularly as regards tear index, as a consequence of the high fiber length (Villar et al.

; Khristova et al. ; Ashori et al. b). Harvesting time of each variety of kenaf is a factor affecting kenaf properties, along with differences related to.