Ban Ochra Fibre

A fibre obtained from the Urena Lobata belonging to the mallow family, and is a native of China and India. Used for making sacks, and in India as a substitute for flax. It is white coloured, strong and fine. Also known as Toja Fibre.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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