Origin of sisal
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Amadeo Sanchez told the judge that he was 8 at the time of the massacre and had survived by fleeing into corn and sisal fields with his father.Survivors and Families of Victims of a 1981 El Salvador Massacre See Justice Slip Away Again|by Raymond Bonner and Nelson Rauda for ProPublica|September 13, 2021|ProPublica
Sisal also lacks the flexibility of Manila, being much more stiff and harsh.
The development of the self-binding reaper on our western grain-fields has opened a gold mine for Sisal cordage.
Sisal hemp, which I found much like our yucca or "bear grass," is but little grown.Where Half The World Is Waking Up|Clarence Poe
And Yucatan is the only spot in the world where sisal can be grown in commercial quantities.The Romance of the Reaper|Herbert Newton Casson
Sisal-grass, sis′al-gras, n. the prepared fibre of the agave or American aloe, supplying cordage.