Kenaf is a tropical asiatic plant of the Hibiscus family, similar to Okra and Jute. It's a fast growing annual with bamboo-like stalks that can reach heights of 20 feet.
Originating in Ancient Egypt, Kenaf (pronounced Ka-Naf) is scientific name Hibiscus Cannabinus L, has been known as 'Indian Hemp' for centuries. Kenaf is a 100% legal row crop and non-psychoactive.
Sequesters CO2 3x more than a rainforest acre
Remediates the soil for farming
Most oil-absorbent natural material