These sustainable plant fibres are harvested every year, sisal from agave, coir from coconut, jute from the jute plant and finally seagrass from grasses grown in brackish and tidal estuaries Coir made in India is sorted, yarned by hand and then woven in hand powered looms often without the use of any electricity or use of fossil fuels.
The coconut tree, agave and jute plants require little if any fertilisers or machinery cultivation.
Clearly with some of the products powered looms are used along with machinery to clean, sort and yarn the fibre.

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