From which plants do paper?

The main raw material for paper production is wood. Their wood is first processed into a soft mass, pulp. Some breeds of coniferous trees are planted specially for the needs of the paper industry, but most of the natural forests have been cut down. This is not surprising: every year around 215 million tons of paper and lumber are produced in the world. Paper is made from wood of Canadian fir, pine, aspen, poplar and eucalyptus. In India and Southeast Asia, bamboo is used for this purpose. And the paper is made of straw, sugar cane, cane and other plants, such as hemp.

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