Sericulture is the production of silk or rearing or cultivation of silk worms to obtain cocoons. Silk worms are a group of insects specific to their host plants. Silk threads are obtained from cocoon which is a protective covering around. In commercial silk production, Silkworm larvae are fed with mulberry leaves, and, after the fourth molt, the cocoon goes to rest on a stem and spin their cocoons with silk.
This segment of Commercial Silk Cocoon will provide a greater details on the Production of Commercial Silk Cocoon.