SUNRISE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OnlyMoso USA, a Florida based company, prepares for Earth Day as it helps farmers realize significant profits and high harvest yields by farming an echo friendly Giant Bamboo crop. Moso Bamboo releases 35% more oxygen than trees, is a renewable energy source, as well as a superfood that offers very high nutritional values.
Moso Bamboo will grow to heights of 65 to 80 feet and reach diameters of 5 to 7 inches as it also features several echo friendly properties which include the ability to absorb five times more carbon dioxide and release 35% more oxygen than any other plant. It is an echo renewable and sustainable resource that does not require the use of any pesticides or herbicides which makes it a perfect highlight for Earth Day activities.
OnlyMoso is proud to offer this ecofriendly product to farmers throughout the US as they search to replace current low cash yield crops. When a farmer partners with OnlyMoso they have taken the first step in creating a supply chain that will allow the US to be less dependent on imported bamboo and will enable the farmer to enter an existing supply chain that depends on over 75,000 tons of bamboo shoots being imported each year. In addition to using the Bamboo shoots as a food source the trunks are used to produce more than 1,500 assorted products ranging from construction to paper and textile products resulting in a total of over 700,000 tons of bamboo related materials being imported into the US every year. By planting and harvesting bamboo the farmer is helping the US environment by filtering out carbon dioxide and releasing additional oxygen and achieving crop yields more than $25,000 per acre while helping the US reduce its reliability on imported bamboo products.
OnlyMoso was just featured in a news story in Mississippi. Link is below:
Currently OnlyMoso is looking for farmers to partner with them in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maryland, Delaware, Tennessee, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon and Washington.
For more information or to learn about Moso bamboo and the programs we offer please call Chris Kaiser at 877 340 6755 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.