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Ginning is the process of removing the seeds and debris from cotton. The term “ginning” comes from the cotton gin, invented by Eli Whitney in 1794. The cotton is first dried to remove moisture, then cleaned to remove any foreign matter. A series of rotating saws with teeth then remove the fibers from the seeds.

Pre-ginned cotton

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