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BARI scientists invent jute fiber extractor machine
The scientists of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) recently invented the jute fiber extractor machine.
The machine can remove fiber from the jute by keeping the jute stick as it is, the local media report said.
According to the scientists of BARI, various machines are being used in Bangladesh to remove jute fibers. But in most cases, jute sticks are broken when they are used to remove jute fibers.
As a result, farmers do not want to use all these machines. So, to solve this problem, the scientists started a research program and were able to invent a machine to remove jute fibers by keeping jute sticks as it is.
Studies have shown that jute fibers are removed with this machine up to 70% of jute sticks remain intact.