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Coconut farmers might get rich with the latest discovery of researchers from the Baylor University
"Most of you were probablt thinking that coconuts are only good for eating and oil making. But a team from Baylor University is on the verge of proving you're wrong as coconuts husks can also be useful for building... car parts. Researchers from the above-mentioned university are developing a technology to use coconut fiber that could replace synthetic polyester fibers in compression molded composites. The coconut fiber might be used for building trunk liners, floorboards and interi..." Continue Reading →
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