Jute grows best under warm and humid climate with temperature ranging from 24 to 37 degree centigrade. The soil in land where jute is grown should have neutral pH between 6.0-7.5. About four months after planting, harvesting begins. West Bengal leads in the production of raw jute. The main jute growing West Bengal districts with suitable land are Murshidabad, West Dinajpur, Cooch Behar district, Nadia district, Burdwan, Malda district and Midnapore. In Bihar, jute is grown in Purnea, Katihar diatrict, Saharsa district and Darbhanga districts. In Assam, the cultivation of jute fields are along the Brahmaputra River and Surma river valleys in the districts of Kamrup, Goalpara, Darrang district, Tezpur, Sibsagar and Nowgong. Production of jute also occurs in certain part of Uttar Pradesh, Orissa, Tripura and Meghalaya where land is suitable for jute cultivation.

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