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a plant fiber used in making rope or sacks

a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Angles and Saxons to become Anglo-Saxons

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The growers are also being taken forward with modern varieties and technologies relating to the jute cultivation and decomposition for their benefits in the present competitive era.
'Pakistan has ample export and production capacity but its true potential is not being utilised,' he noted, adding that the government and international politics were to be blamed as Bangladesh halted jute exports whenever Pakistan's relations with India worsened.
Many jute products were showcased at the exhibition, which included shoes, bags, shopping bags, ladies handbags, floor mates, table mates and many other products.
'White jute is longer, while tossa jute is silkier and much stronger than white jute.
In an interview with The Chronicle, Sackey, a former employee of the defunct jute factory, said like the coming back of the multinational mining firm, AngloGold Ashanti (AGA), the instrumentality of Jubilee House would be paramount.
Now India is betting that jute -- an ancient textile whose harvesting and production have scarcely been touched by modern technology -- could be a fabric of the future.
At the top, cut the jute and brush Mod Podge onto the end to secure it to the can and, again, stop it fraying.
"Natural plant fibers like jute provide a clean, trendy look that never really seems to go out of style," said Wendy Reiss, vice president, sales and national accounts, Kas Rugs.
Bangladesh has allowed the export of 11,000 tonnes of jute to Pakistan enabling the Pakistan Jute Mills Association (PJMA) members to meet the local demand after receiving jute consignments.
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The broad mite, Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks) (Prostigmata: Tarsonemidae), is a highly polyphagous pest that is reported to infest more than 100 different plant species, including jute (Beattie & Gellatley 1983; Hath 2000).
As the consumption production and export of jute are gradually declining in the country the stakeholders have called upon the government to take immediate measures to salvage the ailing and widely ignored sector.
The export consumption and production of jute are gradually declining in the country which calls for immediate attention of the government said Muhammad Younus Secretary General of Pakistan Jute Manufacturers Association (PJMA).
KARACHI -- Pakistan Jute Mills Association (PJMA) has urged the federal government to ensure implementation of UN guidelines for the storage of food items and make compulsory the use of jute bags for the packaging and long term storage of grains including wheat which will help government to reduce health burden of public and ensure food security in the county.