The researcher aimed to determine the feasibility of cogon grass (imperata cylindrica) as a material in paper making specifically, it sought to answer the following questions: 1 what is the feasibility of cogon grass (imperata cylindrica) as a material in paper making in terms of tensile strength 2 are there.
Potential of cogon grass (imperata cylindrica) as an alternative fibre in paper-based industry angzzas sari mohd kassim1, ashuvila mohd aripin1, nadiah ishak1, nur hanis hayati hairom 1, noor akhmazillah fauzi 1, nor faizah razali1 and muhd hafeez zainulabidin 2 1department of. Georgia county road crew training resources information and resources for georgia extension agents to conduct a short informational training program for their county road crews more the cultivar 'red baron' the 'red baron' cultivar of imperata cylindrica has bright, showy, blood-red leaf edges it is frequently sold. The feasibility of cogon grass (imperata cylindrica) as material in paper making 4362 words feb 25th, 2013 18 pages chapter 1 introduction background of the study to produce paper, it is necessary to cut down trees nearly 4 billion trees or 35 percent of the total trees cut around the world are used in paper industries. Abstract cogon grass (imperata cylindrical) is one of the most aggressive grasses world wide and spreads by an extensive rhizome system this study adds observational detail to growth of cogon grass rhizomes and provides for a mechanism by which cogon grass is able to perforate other species of plants during a.
Paper product feasibility study: study evaluated the feasibility of cogon grass as substitute for cardboard, food packaging, souvenir making uses the pulp was subjected to different treatments before it was made into a cardboard like material treatment c, with 5% water and 75% starch showed to be the best treatment. Anonuevo, jazzmine kim, haeun abstract the feasibility of cogon grass (imperata cylindrica) as a substitute for cardboard food packaging was studied in this research project the cogon grass was cut in a 1-inch length, boiled for about 2 hours, stirred every 30 minutes, and crushed/rinsed in order to get the pulp.