Bamboo: Yarn from world's tallest grass is best known for its anti-microbial properties. Potential use in manufacture of bed linen, innerwear, socks etc.
Soybean: Industrialist Henry Ford was one of the first promoters of this fabric, he used to wear a suit and tie made from soy fabric. U-V resistant, warm like wool and lustrous like raw silk. In the West it finds a ready use as a cheaper alternative for Pashmina.
Corn: When used with silk, enhances the sheen and ventilation of the fabric
Banana: Known for its tensile strength and sheen.
Tencel: Made from tree bark, has a wonderful drape and is colour-rich.
Modal: Derived from cellulose in wood pulp. Is soft; unlike cotton doesn't stiffen after repeated wash.
(All fabrics are biodegradable)