Bamboo is one of the most environmentally sound natural materials on the planet.
Fast Growing - Unlike trees, bamboo can grow up to 3 feet in a single day. Talk about watching the grass grow...And unlike trees, which can only be harvested every 10-15 years, bamboo can be harvested every year.
Clean Growing - Bamboo is incredibly hearty. It requires no pesticides, no herbicides, and no fertilizers. If you got dirt, water, and sun - you got bamboo.
Live Harvest - When it's time to harvest, you don't chop it down and kill it like a tree. You simply cut off what you need and the rest of the plant keeps growing. It's kind of like mowing your lawn.
Good for Soil - Bamboo is not a tree, it's a grass. It grows the same way your lawn does, by sending up shoots from its root network. This prevents soil erosion, reverses soil depletion, and benefits the entire ecosystem.
Good for Air - Bamboo is one of the best carbon dioxide absorbing plants in the world. All plants do it, but bamboo has multiple advantages, including its size and fast growth rate.