Ginning of Cotton Seed

Ginning of seed cotton: The freshly picked cotton has seeds in it is called seed cotton. After picking the cotton fiber has to be separated from seeds. The process by which the seeds are separated from the fiber is called ginning. There are mainly two types of ginning.

 i. Saw gin: Mainly used for shortened medium length cotton.

ii. Roller gin: Mainly used for longer length of fiber. It is a costly process.

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