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What is Jute ?

Jute is a Bast fibre and multicellular obtained from stems of plants of two varieties : 
         White Jute (corchorus capsularis) and 
          Tossa Jute (corchorus olitorious).
It is a long, soft, shiny fibre that can be spun into coarse, strong threads.  Jute plant is generally 6 to 12 feet in length.  The jute plant's fibres lie beneath the bank and surround the woody central part of the steam.  Jute fibres are extracted from plants through several stages as Retting, stripping, washing, sun drying and bailing.


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Extracted fibres from plants are then commercially assorted and graded for trading.  Graded fibres are packed in Bales of 150 kg each.  They send to jute mills for processing to make Jute Yarn, Hessian cloth, sacking clothes, Bags, Carpet, Twine and other useful clothes.

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How does Jute looks like ?

Jute is soft, flexible and hard-wearing bast fibre, jute fibres are long, lustrous, resilient and softer to the touch.  It have a natural colour in light tan to brown range and it's fibre can be bleach and can be dye well.



Who are the main Jute Producing Countries ?

The leading world jute producing countries are India, Bangladesh, China and Thailand.  India is the world's largest producer of raw jute and jute goods, contributing to over 50 percent and 40 percent respectively of global production.

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