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Jute,known as Burlap to North Americans,is a soft, long, shiny, vegetable fiber that could be spun into strong coarse thread. One of the Cheapest Natural fibers. Second Only in Availability, Global Consumption, Production, Cultivation, variety of usages to Cotton. Jute is 100 % biodegradable, composable, and constantly recyclable and environmentally friendly. The Golden Fibre (Fiber), Jute is a natural golden silky shine. The Cheapest Vegetable fiber procured from the plant's stem's bast or skin. Jute Products such as paper, pulp, sacks, canvas, bags, clothings, home decor, carpet, floor covering and Hessian are well known as Geotextile. Geotextiles are lightly woven fabrics made from natural fibers such as Jute, which is used for soil erosion control, seed protection, weed control, landscaping and many other agricultural usages. Geotextiles like Jute matting or sheeting are helping restore our Louisiana wetlands and coastal erosion. The U.S. Army Corps Engineers have been using Jute in case studies for soil erosion since 2005. Jute is helpful for Preserving our New Orleans Legacy and Vital for L.A. and U.S. Oil and Sugar Industry. Especially since just like Corn, Sugarcane is a reliable green energy source. The Geotextile can be used more than a year and the biodegradable jute Geotextile left to rote on the ground keeps the earth cool. It is able to make the land more fertile. The same example can be made with composting.You can place your jute drawstring bags, grocery and shopping bags in a compost can or pail with the rest of your compost items. And when yo desire to turn the ground over, plant it with the rest of the compost material. Just be careful, with seeds or roots with jute products because it doesn't need to be in the ground to make vegetation grow. Jute will keep the ground (Mother Earth) cool and fertile; this why Jute has replace synthetic materials and synthetic fertilizers. This is important for areas that have heavy droughts and weather change do to global warming. For instance, the fertile ground can be transfered to Ganes Delta to deserts of Sahara or Australia.

Jute can be grown with 4 to 6 months with a large amount of cellulose being produced from the hurd (jute's inner woody core or parenchyma of the jute stem) that can meet most the world's needs. By Indutrialisation, jute is a major crop able to protect deforestation and destruction. Jute is primarily composed of plant cellulose materials which are major component of plant fibers and linen which are major components of wood fibers. Therefore, Jute is a ligno cellulosic fiber made of partially textile fiber and wood. In India, Jute has been cultivated since Ancient times. Jute bags and Indian soap nuts are an excellent combination, both are harvested from the Earth, biodegradable, compostable, recyclable, Extremely Environmentlly friendly and saving the Earth in which they come from. Jute are woven and/or non-woven into mats or sheets. These sheets or mats are used to prevent flood erosion which helps national vegetation becomes established, preserving Our State's and City's Heritages and Cultures.

Jute fibers can be made into pulp and paper. This move is significant, since the growing concern of deforestation and destruction due to the growing population and consumer ignorance of Palm and Palm Products like Acai. Using Jute Paper can help repair the forests allover the globe and hence eliminate global warming.

Jute is the Most Environmently friendly fiber, simply from seed to expired fibers. The Jute expired fibers can be recycled more than once.