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  • 1. Where did your jeans come from? THE STORY OF C O T T O N C O T T O N C O T T O N C O T T O N C O T T O N C O T T O N C O T T O N C O T T O N
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  • 3. Products and Byproducts of Cotton Cotton Lint Cotton Seed Fabric Yam Cotton Seed oil Hulls Refined Cooking oil Rubber, plastics Glycerin Explosives Soap, Cosmetics Fertilizer Livestock Feed
  • 4. Where Does Cotton Grow?
  • 5. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
  • 6. Cotton Production in Millions of Bales 0.58 Missouri 0.04 New Mexico 0.75 Louisiana 0.06 Kansas 0.78 North Carolina 0.07 Florida 0.79 Tennessee 0.09 Virginia 1.41 California 0.13 South Carolina 1.54 Georgia 0.19 Oklahoma 1.61 Arkansas 0.57 Alabama 1.88 Mississippi 0.57 Arizona 4.92 Texas
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  • 16. Cotton Seed Oil
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  • 19. Cotton Video

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