Gossypium barbadense

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Noun1.Gossypium barbadense - small bushy tree grown on islands of the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of the southern United StatesGossypium barbadense - small bushy tree grown on islands of the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of the southern United States; yields cotton with unusually long silky fibers
cotton plant, cotton - erect bushy mallow plant or small tree bearing bolls containing seeds with many long hairy fibers
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hesperus on the two species of cotton grown in the United States, American upland (Gossypium hirsutum) and American pima (G.
The textile industry of Pakistan produces fine and super fine counts of yarn generally from American Pima cotton measuring 35 mm (approx.
We are confident consumers in the domestic market will find tremendous clothing value in Cotstyle, as our apparels are made from the best cottons from all over the world: Egyptian Giza, American Pima.
The North American Pima, genetically similar to Colombian populations, also had connections to present-day Mongolians.
Whereas all other manufacturers of undergarments use 'single' yarns, Zimmerli uses the most luxurious yarn spun twice exclusively from the finest long-staple American PIMA or Egyptian cotton.
American pima cotton growers intend to decrease their plantings by 10 percent from 2006, to 292,000 acres," said Gary Raines, manager for economics and analysis at Cotton Incorporated.
Yield stability in doubled haploids of American Pima cotton.
Signing of fiber authentication program agreement with Supima, the promotional arm of the American pima cotton growers, and receipt of five out of a possible six milestone payments to date.
Nationally, American Pima production is estimated at 851,200 bales, up 69% from 2010.
customers, he said, Trident uses premium cotton, like American Pima and Egyptian cotton.
All five lines produce significantly longer and stronger fiber than is currently available in commercial American Pima cultivars.
OTC Bulletin Board: APDN), a provider of DNA-based security solutions, today announced that it has received the fourth and fifth milestone payments from Supima, the promotional organization of the American Pima cotton growers.

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