Jute is a rain-fed crop and hence it is cultivated in areas with an annual rainfall of more than 100 cm. Jute cultivation requires well-drained, alluvial, loamy soils with a pH ranging between 6.0 and 7.5. The jute plant grows to a height of 10 to 15 feet and has a woody stem with yellow flowers. Jute is harvested at the flowering stage when the plants are about 3-4 months old. Jute sacks or bags are manufactured from jute fabric which is made from jute yarn. Jute yarn is obtained from jute plants. Jute plants are usually grown in tropical countries like India, Bangladesh, and China. Jute is a strong and durable natural fiber. It is also cheaper than other synthetic fibers. That is why; jute bags or sacks are preferred over other bags for packing food grains, sugar, fertilizers, and other commodities. Jute bags are available in various sizes and shapes. They can be manufactured according to the requirements of the customers. Jute bags can be printed with logos or names of the companies. This helps in advertising and promoting the products of the company.