Sisal, formally known as Agave Sisalana, is a plant from the agave family, and yeilds a stiff fibre with many industrial and domestic uses. Sisal plantations are mostly common in east Africa, Brizal and China.
The use of industrial sisal fibres was at its peak in the early 1980's, but its demand in the global market was hindered by the emergence of synthetic ropes, carpets and fibres. In recent times however, the demand of sisal is gradually rising due to its biodegradable characteristics, and also the minimal damage the industry causes to the environment.
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