tree-free fiber

Includes many crops, such as kenaf and industrial hemp, which are grown specifically for their fiber content. These tend to grow faster than trees and are more efficient per acre. Tree-free fibers are also derived from agricultural by-products, such as sugarcane bagasse, and industrial by-products like cotton scraps.

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