• 19 th century:
The sisal cultivation got spread in Florida of USA, Brazil, Caribbean countries, kenya, Tanzania, and Asian continent.
• Year 1930:
The sisal was planted commercially in Brazil.
The Brazil exported sisal fibres to regions of the rest of the world.
The Brazil established many spinning units to produce yarn from sisal fibre.
South America: Brazil
North America: Hati, Mexico.
Africa: Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa, Cuba, Madagascar, Mozambique.
Asia: China, Indonesia, Thailand.
• Agricultural uses:
Binder's twine, bale binding twine,
• Paper industry:
The lower quality sisal fibre gets used to make paper.
• Floor covering:
The higher quality of sisal fibres gets used to make carpet, rugs, mattresses and wall covering.
Dart board, buffing cloth, Filter manufacturing, geotextiles, handicrafts, automobile industry,
The sisal fibres are ready completely. These fibres are packed into bales and are transported to spinning process.
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