Why are jute plants cut at flowering stage and not on complete

maturation ?​

Why are jute plants cut at flowering stage and not on complete

maturation ?​

2 thoughts on “Why are jute plants cut at flowering stage and not on complete<br /><br />maturation ?​”

  1. Answer:

    Jute plants are harvested or cut at the time of the flowering stage because at this stage plant contains more of fibres and we obtain a good quality of fibre.

    If it is allowed to grow after the flowering and then harvesting is done after-ripening of seeds, then the fibre lacks lustre and elasticity. It becomes very stiff and rough

  2. Answer:

    I got the answer

    Explanation:

    because the jute plant has more fibres than when it is flowering and there us only low fibres in maturated stage

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