A Bamboo includes some of the fastest-growing plants in the world due to the unique rhizome-dependent system.
Certain species of bamboo can grow up to height 910 mm (36 inches).
Giant Bamboos are the largest member of the grass family.
Bamboo plant has a hollow stem, and the vascular bundles in the cross-section are scattered throughout the stem instead of cylindrical arrangement making it more suitable for fabric making.
Bamboo is incredibly easy to grow and it can be grown in areas not suitable for other crops.
Bamboo is often touted as an Eco Friendly fabric as harmful methods are totally avoided during the manufacture of bamboo fabric and ensure that it with a mechanical processing is involved rather than chemical process. Bamboo fabric is highly breathable and stretchier than cotton and for the same, some consumers prefer this type of fabric to cotton.
Bamboo fabric is easier to weave and has greater tensile strength. Bamboo fabric are particularly popular for its softness durability and antibacterial properties.
Bombay fabrics especially bamboo viscose fabric made from bamboo wood is general less expensive and affordable to the customers. Bamboo fabric are commonly used in garments that more in direct contact with the skin and also used in sheets, blankets, hand towels, socks and other household textiles.