Modern yield-orientated agriculture practices for the production of fibre crops require large amounts of water, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides and fertilizers, which may disrupt ecological balance in certain areas.
What does FICR stand for?
FICR stands for Fibre Crops
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The rest is taken from water bodies in many countries across the world to irrigate and process food and fibre crops that people in Britain subsequently consume.
There are currently no office paper products manufactured in Australia that meet the standards environment groups regard as being forest-friendly: that is, predominantly post-consumer recycled content with virgin fibre being sourced from sustainably managed plantations, or alternative fibre crops such as hemp, kenaf and bagasse.
These fibre crops can be turned into absorbent used to soak up oil slicks at sea or on land after major inductrial accidents.
Various projects are under way, and during the summer farmers will have the opportunity to see first-hand various novel crops, such as non-conventional cereal crops, fibre crops, oilseed crops and biomass crops, growing on Welsh farms.
Various projects are under way, and this summer farmers will be able to see various novel crops, such as non-conventional cereal crops, fibre crops, oilseed crops and biomass crops growing on Welsh farms.
Various projects are under way, and during the summer farmers will have the opportunity to see first-hand various novel crops, such as non-conventional cereal crops, fibre crops, oilseed crops and bio mass crops, growing on Welsh farms.