The major crops are rice, jute , wheat, tea, sugarcane, and vegetables.
This is more so in the case of small & medium Farmers who are involved in conventional cultivation of common products like rice, wheat, coconut, jute or sugar cane.
Some paper, however, is made from such plants as cotton, rice, wheat, cornstalks, hemp, and jute ; very high quality ‘rag’ paper is still derived from cotton rags.
This superfine cloth comes from our own traditional handlooms woven out of natural fibres like cotton, linen, silk, wool, jute , etc. and soaked in natural dyes.
There were different weaves in jute and blends of jute with cotton and silk.
Fabrics with 60 per cent cotton, 20 per cent jute and 20 per cent silk give a silky finish and are suited for all occasions.
There's also a freezer full of such frozen goods as okra, cut pigs' feet, snails, jute leaves, hot peppers, red snapper, and hard chicken.
In fact, the cloth made of cotton, silk, and jute has lovely shades of mauve, brown, blue, and white.
The prices of jute , potato, soyabean, cashew nut, pepper, rubber, green tea leaves, coconut, groundnut and coffee have fallen sharply.
This information will show whether it is profitable for a farmer to produce fibre from kenaf and jute ,’ he said.