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White and tossa jute

Hossain, Md. Tofazzal.

White and tossa jute

a comparative economic analysis

by Hossain, Md. Tofazzal.

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Published by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Bangladesh Agricultural University in Mymensingh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Jute industry -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMd. Tofazzal Hossain, Md. Mustafizur Rahman.
      SeriesProduction economics and farm management research report ;, no. 11
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/8755 (H)
      The Physical Object
      Pagination55 p. ;
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4705752M
      LC Control Number77907301

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      Softer, silkier, and stronger than standard white jute, this percent premium golden tossa yarn is machine woven then soaked in running water to remove all . Tossa jute fiber is softer, silkier, and stronger than white jute. This variety astonishingly shows good sustainability in the climate of the Ganges Delta. Along with white jute, tossa jute has also been cultivated in the soil of Bengal where it is known as paat from the start of the 19th century. Currently, the Bengal region (West Bengal in.

      White book. Read 42 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. One Love. One Chance. Once Sam McGrath a brief encounter with /5(42). Tossa jute fiber is softer, silkier, and stronger than white jute. This variety astonishingly shows good sustainability in the climate of the Ganges Delta. Along with white jute, tossa jute has also been cultivated in the soil of Bengal where it is known as paat from the start of the 19th century.


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White and tossa jute by Hossain, Md. Tofazzal. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tossa jute, (Corchorus olitorius), also called Jew’s mallow, bush okra, nalta jute, or jute mallow, annual herbaceous plant in the mallow family (), cultivated as a source of jute fibre and for its edible leaves. Tossa jute is grown throughout tropical Asia and Africa, and its mucilaginous leaves and young stems are commonly eaten as a vegetable similar to okra.

Tossa jute fibre is softer, silkier, and stronger than white jute. This variety astonishingly showed good sustainability in the climate of the Ganges Delta.

Along with white jute, Tossa jute has also been cultivated in The soil of Bengal where it is known as paat from the start of the 19 th century. Tossa jute fiber is softer, silkier, and stronger than white jute. This variety shows good sustainability in the Ganges Delta climate.

Along with white jute, tossa jute has also been cultivated in the White and tossa jute book of Bengal where it is known as paat from the start of the 19th century. Coremantel, Bangladesh, is the largest global producer of the tossa. Other articles where White jute is discussed: jute: capsularis, or white jute, and C.

olitorius, including both tossa and daisee varieties—belonging to the hibiscus, or mallow, family (Malvaceae), and their fibre. The latter is a bast fibre; i.e., it is obtained from the inner bast.

Jute Biology, Diversity, Cultivation, Pest Control, Fiber Product ion and Genetics hyperploid PMCs containing 6–12 bivalents in addition to the normal number of seven.

Tossa jute (Corchorus olitorius) is an Afro-Arabian variety. It is quite popular for its leaves that are used as an ingredient in a mucilaginous potherb called molokhiya, popular in certain Arab countries.

The Book of Job in the Hebrew Bible mentions this vegetable potherb as Jew’s jute fibre is softer, silkier, and stronger than. Tossa jute definition is - an annual erect branching herb (Corchorus olitorius) cultivated in Africa and tropical Asia for its mucilaginous leaves which are eaten raw or cooked and for its grayish or brown jute fiber; also: the fiber of the tossa jute.

Tossa jute fibre is softer, silkier, and stronger than white jute. This variety astonishingly showed good sustainability in the climate of the Ganges Delta. Along with white jute, tossa jute has also been cultivated in the soil of Bengal where it is known as paat from the start of the 19th century.

Tossa Jute. Tossa jute is the famous type of Jute having scientific name is Corchorus olitorius. This is the most commonly found jute type along with white jute. This type of jute is highly produced in India making the country the world's top producer. This is cultivated in the soil of Bengal region mainly in West Bengal.

Along with white jute, tossa jute has also been cultivated in the soil of Bengal where it is known as paat from the start of the 19th century. Coremantel, Bangladesh, is the largest global producer of the tossa jute variety.

History. Jute was used for making textiles in the Indus valley civilization since the 3rd millennium BC [4]. Description. Long bast fibers obtained from the stems of linden plants, Corchorus capsularis (white jute) or Corchorus olitorius (Tossa jute). Jute probably originated in the Mediterranean region and was taken to India and southeast Asia where it flourished.

Jute has been used by man since prehistoric times. THIS book is intended mainJy for students but it is hoped that it will I2 Jute-Fibre to Yarn Jute is also used in smaller quanties in a host of other applications.

Small domestic ropes, parcelling twines, horticultural twines are white jute or Export white, Grade Tossa, Out-port Tossa 2/3s, 4s. Warp batches al­. Tossa jute is the main type of jute in production today.

It is a hardy crop, and it yields more fiber than white jute. In color, tossa jute is more brown than off-white, and its fibers are just as long and strong as any other type of jute in existence. Mesta Jute. Mesta jute is a hybrid of white jute and tossa jute.

Another jute variety is Tossa jute, which is used in both culinary and fabric applications. In Africa and the Middle East it is used as a herb. Tossa jute is also mentioned in biblical references in the Book of Job as a food called “Jews mallow.” Also called molukhia, it is a popular Middle Eastern dish that is picked at harvest and frozen.

Like other bast fibres, jute is a strong fibre with very low extensibility due to its ‘composite-like’ structure with highly oriented long chain molecules. The jute fibre shows very poor extensibility, the breaking elongation ranging between % and %.

Tossa jute is found to be stronger than White jute. The average linear density of single jute filament lies between tex for white jute and tex for tossa jute with normal distribution.

Coarseness of jute has some role in determining the strength of jute fibre. Coarse fibres are usually stronger. Jute fibres are usually strong with low extensibility. It has a tenacity range of DRAGON SONIC Gray Jute Twine - 65ft 6mm Diameter - Eco-Friendly Natural Jute String Rope DRAGON SONIC % Natural Color Hemp Rope(8mm),20 Meters(65 ft) for DIY Decoration Gift,Gray Meter Roll Gray Color Jute Twine String [Office Product]Reviews: 1.

Jute is a tropical plant that requires hot and humid climate. It is one of the most important natural fibres in terms of cultivation and usage. Almost 85% of the world’s jute is cultivated in the Ganges Delta. Type of Crop: Zaid Varieties: White Jute, Tossa Jute Temperature: °C.

Annual Rainfall: cm. Soil Type: Sandy and Clay Loam. The Book of Job in the Hebrew Bible mentions this vegetable potherb as Jew’s mallow.

8 9. Scientific Classification Local Name: Tossa pat, Sadha Pat. English Name: Jute Scientific Name: Tossa Jute Corchorus olitorius (L) White Jute Corchorus capsularis (L) Family Tiliaceae 9 Nearly 8 lack hectares of land cultivated by jute and allied crops per year in Bangladesh, which produced lack bales of fibre.

Over all 49 jute and allied varieties (White j Tossa j Kenaf 4 and Mesta 3 varieties) developed by BJRI. White jute was traditionally used to make ropes and twines and also a low cost, low quality, fabric for clothes of the poor in the regions where it was jute fibre is softer, silkier, and stronger than white jute.

Tossa Jute has huge demand for industrial use. .Jute of commerce is obtained from bast or skin of the plant’s stem of two cultivated species of the genus Corchorus namely C.

capsularis (white jute) and C. olitorius (Tossa jute) both with.Jute, the golden fibre, meets all the standards for ‗safe‘ packaging in view of being a natural, renewable, biodegradable and eco-friendly product.

The principal varieties of jute in India are tossa (Corchorus Olitorious) and white jute (Corchorus Capsularis). Though jute plant is known principally.