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Hard Fibres

Hard Fibres

Hard fibre is a term used to describe a group of fibres made from leaf and fruit monocotyledonous plants (vegetable fibres) obtained from the supporting tissue of large leaves from tropical, sub-tropical plants. The hard fibres are coarser, stiffer and much longer (i.e. 110-250mm as technical and only between 1.5 -4.4 mm as regular fibres) than, for example, the Bast fibre group (also known as soft fibres) Read more..

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