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|Title:||Paper/pulp and Poultry|
|Abstract:||<b>Paper/pulp</b>- About 15 MT of cotton plant stalks (CPS) are produced every year inIndia. To a limited extent, these stalks are utilized as domestic fuel in rural areas, while the bulk of it is disposed off by burning in the field itself. CPS is rich in cellulose and is much similar to hardwood in fibre dimensions. Hence, it can be a potential raw material for the preparation of pulp and paper. <br><br> <b>Poultry</b>- Increasing cost of poultry feed has led to find out new sources especially by-products. <b><i>Lagerstroemia speciosa</i> Pers.</b> syn. L. flos-reginae Retz. (Hindi- Jarul; Assam-Ajar) is found every where in India mostly as an ornamental tree.|
|Appears in Collections:||NPR Vol.2(5) [September-October 2003]|
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