Amut Rope


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Amut rope is a type of rope made primarily in the Wain Mountains in the Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea. This particular type of rope is relatively easy and inexpensive to make because it is made directly from the fibers of a common cactus plant and does not require a complicated weaving process. The rope is used in organic farming at Pacific Spices and has proven to be a durable alternative to nylon rope.