Wood composite lumber from the stem of cassava bagasses is a new type of wood composite lumber introduced as an alternative to future wood. Cassava Composite Lumber (CCL) is composed of wood fibre from the agriculture waste stems of cassava bagasses, which are cultivated and found in abundant in most part of the rural areas in Malaysia. The technology involved in manufacturing the products is quite straight forward. The stems of cassava bagasses (without skin and pitch) are peeled and split in the longitudinal direction. The split and the waste forms of the cassava are then glued and compressed together and then mechanically compressed to form cassava wood composite lumber.