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  • 1. C O T T O N<br />C O T T O N<br />C O T T O N<br />THE STORY OF<br />C O T T O N<br />C O T T O N<br />C O T T O N<br />C O T T O N<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 2. How do they make…?<br />Jeans<br />Sheets<br />Shirts<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 3. Basic Facts<br />Cotton is a plant<br />It grows wild in many places on the earth<br />Has been known cultivated and used by people of many lands for centuries <br />Cotton needs lots of sunshine, water and fertile soil<br />The boll weevil is the primary insect enemy of cotton<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 4. Types of Cotton<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 5. People in History<br />Lewis Paul and John Wyatt<br />Roller spinning machine 1738<br />Samuel Slater<br />First US. cotton mill 1790<br />Eli Whitney<br />cotton ginin 1793<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 6. The Cotton Belt <br />Millions of acres of cotton grow across the Southern United States<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 7. Where Does Cotton Grow?<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 8. US Cotton States<br />Upland cotton: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia  <br /> Pima cotton: Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas. <br />Some cotton is also grown in Florida, Kansas and New Mexico. <br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 9. Texas, which annually grows about 4.5 million bales of cotton, is the leading cotton producing state <br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 10. The Process<br />Cotton Pickers or Brush Strippers harvest cotton six or eight rows of cotton at a time<br />Cotton is stored in baskets above the harvester <br />Cotton is dumped into a cotton trailer when the basket is full<br />The cotton is transferred from the cotton trailers to a module builder<br />The module builder compresses the cotton to form a module of cotton<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 11. Derek Loneman<br />
  • 12. Cotton Processing<br />Cotton fiber is separated from the cottonseed at the gin<br />Cotton is vacuumed into tubes that carry it to a dryer to reduce moisture and improve the fiber quality<br />Cleaning equipment removes leaf trash, sticks and other foreign matter<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 13. Bales<br />The fiber (or lint) is compressed into bales<br />Banded with eight steel straps<br />Sampled for classing or grading<br />Loaded onto trucks for shipment to storage yards, or textile mills<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 14. Wrapped For Protection<br />Wrapped for protection <br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 15. A Bale of Cotton<br />55 inches tall<br />28 inches wide<br />21 inches thick<br />500 pounds<br />313,600 $100 bills<br />215 Jeans<br />249 Bed Sheets<br />690 Bath Towels<br />1,217 Men's T-Shirts<br />1,256 Pillowcases<br />1,085 Diapers<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 16. Derek Loneman<br />
  • 17. A Cotton Module<br />Is a compactly pressed block of cotton <br />Holds 12-14 bales of cotton<br />Modules are hauled to a cotton gin or to the gin’s storage yard by a module mover <br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 18. Cotton Production in Millions of Bales<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 19. Products and Byproducts of Cotton<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 20. Cotton Seed Oil<br />Cottonseed Oil Mill<br />Cottonseed is seperated from lint at the cotton gin.<br />Cottonseed Oil<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 21. Textile Mills<br />Purchase cotton bales from gins or cotton warehouses.  <br />Start with raw cotton and process it in stages <br />Produce yarn fibers twisted into threads used in weaving of cloth<br />Cloth is dyed and cleaned, and shipped to clothing producers<br />Derek Loneman<br />
  • 22. Derek Loneman<br />
  • 23. The End<br />Derek Loneman<br />

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