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Cotton production prospects for the next decade, Volumes by Fred E. M. Gillham

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Cultivated cottons fall into three main groups, based on fiber properties. Group I is the Egyptian, American Egyptian or Pima and Sea Island Extra Long Staple Gossypium barbadense cottons. 0. Group II consists of the American and African Upland Medium Staple G. hirsutum cottons. 0. 0 percent of world production, respectively. Group III contains two diploid species of Asiatic or Old World Short Staple cotton, G. arboreum and G. herbaceum, the former being the most widely grown. 0. They are grown commercially in India, Pakistan and other parts of South East Asia and as dooryard crops in parts of Asia and Africa, accounting for about two percent of the world cotton production.

2). Cotton is grown in over seventy countries and is one of the most important cash crops in the world. The fiber is used universally as a textile raw material while cottonseed is a major source of vegetable oil and cottonseed cake which is a source of high quality protein for stock-feed or, with careful processing, for human food. Cotton plays a vital multi-sectoral role in the economies of many developing countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, earning foreign exchange and providing employment for millions of people in the agricultural and related processing and textile sub-sectors.

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