FAISALABAD: The University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) has claimed to provide antiseptic clothes material from canabis plant which they are saying can be utilized as substitute for cotton is it falls brief, ARY News reported Friday.
In an unique phase with ARY News morning present Bakhabar Savera, the college chairman Dr Assad Farooq mentioned the material comprising 20 per cent of cannabis (hemp) and 80 computer fibre, which can be out there within the markets quickly, won’t solely be economical and sturdy however antimicrobial as effectively.
Dr Farooq mentioned the rising of hemp is sustainable and requires minimal help and imports.
It could also be famous that use of cannabis is towards the legislation in Pakistan for its infamous consumption as medication of assorted sorts, nonetheless, the world over, folks have derived new and helpful functions of the plant.
One such use is making ready material from hemp fiber from whose manufacturing value is sort of low when put next with cotton.
The varsity head mentioned following lab experiments of hemp fiber, the commercial use has been monitored as effectively, including that the college division has actually signed a memorandum of understanding with US Apparel for future export prospects.