Not many people know about this and I just found out from a magazine, but Indian murberry is actually a great source for silk production in India. They use Indian mulberry to rear and cultivate silk worms. It's said to be very productive and makes a very good quality silk.
I think India is now in the process of expanding its Indian murberry plantations so that they can make more silk and export. It's also great that many new workers will be hired and families will find a source of income in rural areas thanks to Indian mulberry.
Sometimes I think that nature is miraculous in itself. Reading the comments here and some articles online about Indian mulberry, I am amazed at how many different uses there are for this plant. Just one plant can help you get silk, dyes, healthy fruits, supplements, teas and so much more. Nature truly is miraculous. Everything we need seems to be provided for us already.