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  1. The jute plant, a native of the Indian subcontinent, is a herbaceous annual growing to a height of around 10 to 12 feet with a central cylindrical stem, and 4- to 6-inch long light green leaves and yellow flowers. The jute fibers are located beneath the bark, primarily concentrated near the woody, central parts of the stalk.

  2. The vast majority of the world’s jute comes from the Ganges Delta, a prime growing region in Southern Asia that India and Bangladesh share. Collectively speaking, jute grown and harvested in this particular region makes up around 85 percent of global stores.

  3. Jute is primarily grown in West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Andhra Pradesh. India is the largest producer or cultivator of jute in the world. Its 1987 law mandating the use of jute for certain packaging is one reason it is also the largest consumer of jute in the world.

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    During the monsoon season, the monsoon climate offers a warm and wet environment which is suitable for growing jute. Temperatures from 20 to 40 °C (68 to 104 °F) and relative humidity of 70%–80% are favorable for successful cultivation. Jute requires 5–8 cm (2.0–3.1 in) of rainfall weekly, and more during the sowing time.

  5. Jute grows in tropical wetlands worldwide but nowhere as organic and plentiful as the deltas of Bangladesh and India, where its golden-hued fibers are inspiring.

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  6. Mar 14, 2024 · Jute is a versatile and widely used natural fiber that has been around for centuries. It is primarily grown in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Indonesia, and Thailand. Jute can be used to make everything from sackcloth to fabric for clothing or even ropes and twine. But can you grow jute at home? Read on to find out. Can You Grow Jute at Home?

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  8. May 31, 2024 · Jute has been grown in the Bengal area of India (and of present-day Bangladesh) from ancient times. The export of raw jute from the Indian subcontinent to the Western Hemisphere began in the 1790s.

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