Sisal crop

Sisal crop

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Credit: TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Sisal plantation. Rows of sisal plants (Agavaceae sisalana 'Perrine'). Sisal, a succulent native to Central America, is grown for the fibres extracted from its leaves. They are used for making rope, canvas and speciality paper. In the background is a baobab tree (centre, Adansonia za). Photographed in Madagascar.

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Keywords: adansonia za, agavaceae sisalana 'perrine', agricultural, agriculture, baobab, biological, biology, botanical, botany, crop, cultivating, cultivation, farming, fibre, fibres, field, madagascar, nature, plant, plantation, plants, row, rows, sisal, succulent, tree

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