The Jute Mesh Roll is a type of semi-biodegradable material that allows the foodstuff that has been placed in it to decompose naturally. This is used by the plantation owners for using on their plant seeds, herbs and vegetable for making them safe and also for the harvesting purpose of the same. The process that is followed by the plants to achieve this stage is termed as "Jute Qadha". This is a complex set of rules that are followed in order to take care of the harvesting of the harvested crops by the plant's. The harvesting process can be followed by any of the process but the terms listed below will take care of the ones that are specified.
Plants that have reached the Jute Mesh Roll stage are called the "Qadha Gardens". The Qadha Gardens takes care of the harvesting of the harvested crops and plants. It also includes the sprinkling of the vegetation with manure of the natural soil. In the process of harvesting, plants are prepared in different ways and each of the method is followed differently for each of the crops. This is done for the benefit of the plants in order to prevent them from getting affected by the harmful elements of the climate of the area. These plants are then put in the Jute Mesh Roll and are allowed to absorb the moisture from the environment and make them decay naturally.
In this process, the Jute Mesh Roll is found to be an important tool. This is because the plants that are harvested need to have the minimum amount of moisture to grow healthy and produce the best yield of plants. The process of Qadha is very important for the overall process of the harvesting process. The plants are left in the Qadha Gardens for a period of about 10 days and the same is followed for the harvesting of the plants. The amount of time for which the plant has been in the Qadha Gardens is also different from each of the plant. However, these are always considered to be in accordance with the requirement of the plant.