Cotton fiber and processing test results

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Title:
Cotton fiber and processing test results
Physical Description:
v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Cotton Division
Publisher:
Agricultural Marketing Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Cotton Division
Place of Publication:
Clemson, S.C
Creation Date:
1977
Frequency:
biweekly during harvesting season, with comprehensive report at end of season
other
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Cotton -- Testing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Cotton -- Varieties -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )

Notes

Citation/Reference:
American statistics index
General Note:
Description based on: Rept. no. 1, (Sept. 7, 1979)

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000328589
oclc - 01799482
notis - ABV8141
lccn - 75642828 //r81
issn - 0566-5469
Classification:
lcc - TS1542 .U35
ddc - 677/.21/305
System ID:
AA00008566:00017

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REPORT NO. 7


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COTTON FIBER AND


PROCESSING TEST RESULTS,


Discussion


of Test


CROP OF 1977


Results


Fiber and spinning
season's cottons.


are stronger


it was


last


at both
year. Y


property
Fibers


ies of this
are longer,


zero gage


arns


and 1/8"


spun from


season


s short


staple


more uniform and finer


gage


tests.


these samples


Picker


are much st


cottons


are superior o last


than a year earlier Fiber
and card waste is ev than
ranger and have ;a gB


S


spinning potential


number.


Aver


fibers
higher,
weaker

Medium
uniform
from th


results- for
to be longer
but picker
and have low

staple sample
and coarser
ese samples


all medium staple
more uniform and


and card waste
er appearance


samples
coarser


is lower.
grades. Y


tested from th


Fiber


S


strength


tested


through


Shirley


this


date a year ago


Analyzer nonlint


Yatns spun from these


rarn


e Southeast
is weaker


imperfections

show fibers'


at 1/8"


are weaker with lower appearance


gage f


grades.


CO


samples


are higher


to be


slightly


show


intent is
are slightly
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longer,


more


iber strength. ;Sr
Average spinning potential


is lower.


South
and c


Central medium staple


oarser.


content
samples


Fibers


is higher,


samples


are weaker at


but picker


are weaker with


lower


Southwestern medium staple


tested
zero gag


and card waste


appearance


samples


to date
e fiber


is sli


grades


are longer,


show


fibers


strength. S
ahtlv lower.


L1


to be
ihirley
Yarn


longer,. woe tntom
Ana yzr "o l t
s sDun from these


-A.


. Yarn imperfections are higer

more uniform and stronger a era g


strength


tests.


weaker with


both

Medium


lower


Picker


and card


appearance


waste


grades.


is lower.


Imperfections


Yarns


spun from these


sa es are


and the spinning potent& are


lower.


staple


zero gage


than


and card waste


feet ions


samples
a year


is lower


from the


ago.


West are


Shirley


slightly more uniform,


Analyzer


nonlint


Yarn appearance grades


content


coarser
higher,


and tro' r
while p


are lower than a year ago.


.~impa


are higher.


Southeastern area long staple


earlier.
Yarns si


potential


South C
season.
Yarns s


Both


Shirley


)un from these


Analyzer
samples a


samples tested are


nonlint


content


re weaker with


shorter


and coarser tha


and picker and card wast


lower


appearance grades


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n: a
e
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lower.


centrall area


Both


;pun fro


long


Shirley
m these


Spinning potential


staple


Analyzer
samples
higher.


samples are
nonlint con


longer,


tent


are slightly weak


more uniform and coarser


and picker
er and have


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and card waste are


higher


imperfections.


Long


staple


samples


tested from


the West


show fibers


be shorter,


less uniform and


coarser th
higher. P
are weaker


is


year.


Fiber


kicker and card


Yarn


imperf


strength


waste
sections


stronger.


is lower than
are lower.


Shirley


a year


Analyze
Yarns


Spinning potential


r


nonlint


content


spun from these samples


lower


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These


reports


are published


bi-weekly during the


harvesting season and will


summarize


d in a


comrre


hens ive report


at the end of the


crop year


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