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Aramina: A Better Substitute For Jute Fibres

Aramina are long fibres obtained from the stems of the mallow plant, Urena Lobata, which is native to Brazil. Aramina fibres are used for cords, twine and burlap fabrics. This invasive plant was classified as a noxious weed in the U.S. in 1999. A bast fibre belonging to the botanical family Malvaceae, a common, perennial grass […]