Malik added that the Philippines would be required to certify future abaca
shipments that they are free from Moko wilt Ralstonia solanacearum Race 2 to prevent introduction of the dreaded disease to India's fiber industry.
Other countries that import local abaca
include China (1.07 million kilos), Egypt (90,000 kilos), India (22,500 kilos) and Indonesia (15,000 kilos).
is progressing toward a $1.3 million investment goal and has more than a dozen clients, Michael said, "including almost all the state cultivators."
The government of Philippines is also taking initiatives to promote the production of high-quality abaca
fiber in the domestic market.
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These characteristic of the abaca
are what Filipinos should capitalise on, Princesa said.
Matuti said her father arrived in Davao in 1912, at the age of around 24, to work on an abaca
Crate & Barrel includes sisal, abaca
and a jute/sisal/poly blend in its Natural Fibers section, within the rugs group under Decorating & Accessories.
Kai Wulff, general sales manager for Glatfelter's Food & Beverage division believes that non-heat-sealable teabag filter papers made from Abaca
remain the most sustainable solution for teabags.
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Recorder Stephen Linahan told Alfredo Abaca
that if his decision was criticised, it was because people did not understand that jailing him would destroy the future for his "wholly innocent" wife and three children.