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All about aloe and ramie fibres

Alastair Mackenzie Ferguson

All about aloe and ramie fibres

dye and tanning stuffs; drugs, &c.

by Alastair Mackenzie Ferguson

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Published by "Ceylon observer" press in Colombo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fibers.,
  • Agriculture -- Sri Lanka.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAloe and ramie fibres.
    StatementCompiled and published by A.M. & J. Ferguson.
    ContributionsFerguson, John, 1842-1913.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. l., 113p. ;
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21253955M

    Ramie is palatable to all classes of domestic livestock. The leaves and tops, unlike the stems, have a low fibre content and are rich in protein, minerals, lysine and carotene. The nutritive value of ramie has been described as similar to that of lucerne, which it can, however, greatly outyield. Ramie is one of the oldest fiber crops, having been used for at least 6, years, and is principally used for fabric is a bast fiber, and the fiber used for textiles comes from the inner bark of the vegetative stalks and not the woody stem or outer is normally harvested two to three times a year, but under good growing conditions can be harvested up to six times per : Tracheophytes.

      Clothing can also be made or ramie. Frequently, another textile fiber is mixed with ramie such as wool. This creates a reduction in shrinkage in wool compared to % wool. Ramie’s waste and short fibers are used to manufacture paper. Ribbons of ramie are utilized as a substitute for linen tape and binding books. The growing environmental problems, the problem of waste disposal and the depletion of non-renewable resources have stimulated the use of green materials compatible with the environment to reduce environmental impacts. Therefore, there is a need to design products by using natural resources. Natural fibers seem to be a good alternative since they are abundantly available and there are a number Cited by:

    Description: A variety of swift-growing grass native to the Near East. The stalks can be dried and processed into thin threads which, when spun together, can be woven into a cloth not unlike hemp. All knitted ramie garments should be hand washed and dried flat. Woven ramie clothes can be line dried or tumble-dried on low to medium heat. Ramie fibers can be weakened by chlorine bleach. However, dilute solutions can be used safely on ramie for stain removal and whitening. Ramie clothes are best ironed when slightly : Mary Marlowe Leverette.


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Full text of "All about Aloe and Ramie Fibres: Dye and Tanning Stuffs; Drugs, &c". Ramie is one of the oldest fibre crops in the world. Ramie fibre is also one of the world’s strongest and longest natural fine textile fibres. China, mainly the central and southern part, leads the world in the production of ramie.

Ramie is a perennial plant belonging to. This book addresses itself to the structure and properties of textile fibers, dyes, and finishes and the processes used in fiber, yarn, and substrate formation and in dyeing and finishing of these substrates.

Ramie Fabric Ramie plant leaves, by Shih-Shiuan Kao. Ramie Fabrics are produced from Ramie plants, a plant with heart-shaped leaves having the white underside with dense hairs.

Ramie is also called China Grass since it was grown in China as a fiber crop. Ramie is one of the strongest natural fibers. It exhibits even greater strength when : Textile School.

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