Beera is a farmer. His field has black soil and the climate is warm. Which fibre yielding plant should he grow in his field? (a) Jute (b) Cotton (c) Coconut (d) Wool

b)   Cotton

Explanation

Black soil and warm climate are good for yielding cotton plants. Because cotton fibres are obtained from the cotton plants and cotton crop is usually grown at places which having black soil and warm climate. So Beera should grow cotton plant in this field.  In India, cotton is mainly cultivated in the states of Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh. It is grown in black clayey soil with warm climate. When its plant starts flowering, they give flowers of yellowish-white colour which turns red after few days. Processes involved in its  cultivation.

Uses of Cotton

  • It is basically used for every type of clothing from jackets to normal shirts.
  • In home, it finds its use in bedsheets and curtains.
  • Its seed oil is used in food and cosmetics.
  • It is also used in coffee filters.

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