The part of jute plant used to make fibre is i fruits ii root iii leaves iv Stem NCERT Science Cbse Class 6th 2017
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The part of jute plant used to make fibre is i. fruits ii. root iii. leaves iv. Stem- NCERT Science-Cbse- Class 6th- 2017

The part of jute plant used to make fibre is
 i. fruits ii. root iii. leaves iv. Stem


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Just fibre is obtained from It's stem.

Jute is a natural fibre that has been used in the textile industry since centuries. It is obtained from the jute plant and is popularly known as Golden fibre on account of the golden sheen that it possesses. On account of its high strength, it is perfect for use in packaging material. Jute is sometimes blended with other fabrics or even used individually in the production of apparel. However, it does not have as good a drape as cotton and creases easily. Bangladesh in India is one of the major sources of jute in India.


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Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant.
Jute is a natural fibre that has been used in the textile industry since centuries. It is obtained from the jute plant and is popularly known as Golden fibre on account of the golden sheen that it possesses. On account of its high strength, it is perfect for use in packaging material. Jute is sometimes blended with other fabrics or even used individually in the production of apparel. However, it does not have as good a drape as cotton and creases easily. Bangladesh  is one of the major sources of jute in the world.


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