Solution:Jute is harvested at the flowering stage.
Jute is extracted from the jute plant's stem. Jute is a form of natural fibre derived from the stems of jute plants. The jute plant is mainly picked during its blooming stage. The jute plant's stems are soaked in water for at least 10-15 days. This is referred to as retting. The jute fibres are separated by hand after retting. Jute is mostly cultivated in the Indian states of Assam, West Bengal, and Bihar. Jute may be used to make a variety of products such as jute bags, ropes, and so on.