Cleansing the Air Studies have shown that, one hectare of jute plants can absorb up to 15 tons of carbon dioxide and release 11 tons of oxygen during the jute growing season (about 100 days) which is very good for our environment and planet.
Reducing Environment Pollution Up to the Large Extent The application of jute is also a significant step in combating the use of different materials containing toxic wastes. Jute bags cuts down the employment of Plastic bags, as they pollutes the environment.
Lowers the Burden From Natural Oil Reserves
Can Leave More Land for Cultivating Food Crops Cotton bag asone hectare of field can produce much more jute fiber than that of the cotton.
Win Win Situation for the Backward Rural Areas
Less Fertilizer, Herbicides, Pesticides, & Land Needed Less
Improves Soil Conditions, Texture and Fertility After the jute cultivation, remnants and waste of jute like leaves and roots of jute plants remain in the field and mix with the soil which acts as manure and improves texture and fertility of the soil.
Jute Has High Production Efficiency as Jute can be harvested within 4 to 6 months, and can produce between 20 to 40 tons of dry stem per hectare. In comparison, the fastest growing trees take between 10 and 14 years to mature.
Good For Other Crops Too When jute crop is rotated with other crops on the same field.
Jute agricultural practices are environment friendly and cause minimum impact to our environment instead it is beneficial for other crops, thus jute cultivation is a eco friendly agricultural practice.
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