Why paulownia?

Why paulownia?

The calorific value of Paulownia biomass is little over 50% than the one of the coal (as with the rest of the wooden biomass species) but the lower content of pollutants such as sulfur and the fact that Paulownia is a renewable resource clearly points to its environmental benefit. Paulownia wood has the advantage of lightness and substantially reduces the transportation costs comparative to other woods – at normal conditions it will rapidly air dry to moisture content between 10 and 15%. Open air dried the wood density generally ranges between 260-330 kg/m3 .

By correct cultivation Paulownia is definitely one of the most rapidly growing plants. Paulownia uses highly efficient photosynthesis to include carbon inside its metabolic pathways.

By correct cultivation Paulownia is definitely one of the most rapidly growing plants. Paulownia uses highly efficient photosynthesis to include carbon inside its metabolic pathways.

Paulownia environment

Paulownia is capable of adapting, growing and developing in poor soils. It is an ideal tree for improving and reclaiming poor, polluted and endangered soils. Paulownia grows on soils polluted with heavy metals and harmful substances, where other trees would not survive. Absorbing these substances, it relieves the earth from them. Paulownia helps for remedying the fragile soils, which otherwise would perish and be lost completely.