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Introducing environmentally friendly compound rubber to tire industry

      Tire industry utilizes about 70% of rubber production, both natural and synthetic, the highest level compared to other industries. The industry is constantly developing raw materials, capacity and quality of products, technology and equipment. ...

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Sustainable palm oil production – challenge of Thai small-scale farmers

      As of 2015, Thailand ranked third in world’s palm oil output, responsible for 3% of production worldwide, behind Indonesia and Malaysia whose combined output accounts for more than 85% of the world’s production. ...

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Natural essential oils to repel Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky

      Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky is the most important issue of rice storage as it decreases quality and quantity of the rice product. To replace dangerous chemical pesticides to resolve such problem, extracting natural substance to use as organic pesticide is thus explored and has gained momentum due to its safety and biodegradability. ...

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Robusta coffee, native to Satun Province…a gem to preserve in the community

      Conservation for utilization of locally-grown Robusta Coffee Coffee is one of many important industrial crops that earn income for farmers and coffee business entrepreneurs. Coffee has become increasing popular among Thais in all forms including instant coffee, roasted/blended coffee, ...

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