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ginning

[′jin·iŋ]
(agriculture)
The separation of lint from cottonseed.
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The factory owners were suggested to set ginning waste to ablaze.
Ginned cotton which is cotton from which cotton seed is removed by ginning process.
Approximately 35% (with 10% variation) ginned cotton is separated from un-ginned cotton during ginning process.
But today, Visalia Co-op is a thing of the past, its membership disbanded, its doors closed, its ginning equipment shuttered and silent.
As cotton acreage has waned, so too has California's cotton ginning industry.
Two noncommercial, small-scale gins exist in the United States, both in Mississippi: the MAFES-Agricultural and Biological Engineering mini-gin and one at the USDA'S Cotton Ginning Lab in Stoneville.
They are thought to transfer ginning technology at the user level far better than any other method in use today.
Beall's prime business activity is the re-cycling of gin motes or non- perishable fibers separated from cotton during the ginning process.
Because not all cotton is created equal, researchers at the ARS Cotton Ginning Research Unit in Stoneville, Mississippi, are looking at ways to gin cotton better, based on individual physical fiber properties.
Beall's prime business activity is the re-cycling of gin motes or non- perishable shorter fibers separated from cotton during the ginning process.