Jute fibers can be used alone or blended with other types of fibers to make twine and rope. The coarse ends of the plants, also known as Jute butts, are used to make inexpensive cloth. On the other hand, very fine threads of jute can be taken out and made into imitation silk. Jute fibers can also be used to make paper, and with increasing fear about forest destruction for wood pulp that is used to make most paper, the importance of jute for this purpose is expected to increase in future. Jute fibers can also be woven into curtains, chair coverings, carpets, hessian cloth, and backing for linoleum.
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