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The jute plant grows six to ten feet height. It has no branches. The steam of the jute plant is covered with thick back and it contains the fiber. In two / three months the plants grow up, and then they are cut, tied up in bundles and kept under water fermentation for some days. Thus the steams rotten and the fibers from the bark become loose. Then the cultivators pull off the fiber from the bark and wash the fibers very carefully, dry them in the sum and put them into bundles for sale. Jute grows well in moist and swampy lands. Bangladesh has plenty low lands, in Bangladesh. Jute in used in making cloth, shawl, paper, ropes, carpet backing cloth, gunny bags and money other useful things. Jute bangs are very much suitable for packing of food grains.