Second most widely used fibre after cotton is
1. Silk
2. Jute
3. Coir
4. Flax
Correct answer is 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

Class 6 Question

By Kalyan C · Sep 22, 2018 ·Class 6
9 Answers
Sneha Jha answered Sep 22, 2018
I think that correct answer is jute because it is second most widely fibre than cotton.

Anbu Arasan answered Jun 19, 2018
Silk is important economic view,it is mostly used for many types of clothes ,so if you have more benefit to your ordinary life

Josephine Ayeko answered 3 weeks ago
Jute is the answer

Nitya Gupta answered 5 days ago

Jute is the second most important natural fibre (after cotton) in terms of global consumption, is extensively used for the manufacture of flexible packaging fabrics besides its prospective use as carpet backing, decorative fabrics, and in some other fields of technical textiles.

Aryan Khara answered 3 weeks ago
Jute is the right answer.

Bhavye Bareja answered May 23, 2018
The answer is b.Jute is the cheapest natural fibre and is a second most widely used fibre after cotton.

Sree Ram answered Sep 23, 2018
I think Jute,makes more sense than option A.

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