Rice Hull

January 17, 2007 7:44am CST
For years, rice hull was considered almost worthless by-product of rice. However, when partly burn, it can be a source of income. It can be used as fertilizers, soil conditioner, etc. The Philippine Rice Research Institue can provide you information on how to do it.
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@asmurthy (2464)
• India
22 Jan 07
There is an enzyme in rice hull that causes it to decay rapidly. when yis enzyme action is stopped then it can attain a usable shell life. The process is patented but can be licensed. Most sales of rice hull in the US seems to in the health food markets. It has been marketed a acure-all supplement.
• Philippines
22 Jan 07
You mean to say, rice hull can be eaten too? That is great! It really looks just a waste but fortune in disguise. Thanks for posting!