Pima cotton, also called Supima/pima cotton), is mainly grown in the United States and Peru; It also grows in a small amount in other places such as Israel and Australia. It belongs to the super-long fiber cotton in the fine velvet fiber. This name began in 1910 Extra long fiber cotton grown in the southwestern United States.
Pima cotton, also called Pima cotton (supima/pima cotton), is mainly grown in the United States and Peru; it also grows in a small amount in other places such as Israel and Australia. It belongs to the ultra-long fiber cotton in the fine velvet fiber. In the United States, cotton that is 13/8 inches or longer is generally considered to be Pima cotton or super long fiber cotton.
The history of Pima cotton can be traced back to its ancestors, that is, the cotton of the famous island in the southwestern United States in 1700. This cotton was planted with Egyptian cotton to produce ultra-long fiber cotton at that time. This has been since the turning point of the 20th century. Super long fiber cotton has evolved.
The American Pima cotton improvement plan has played an important role in promoting the development of Pima cotton in the past 50 years and produced various categories: S-5, S-6, S-7. The actual improvement of its ancestors lies in its yield potential and fabric quality. The combination of S-6 and S-7 accounted for 73% of the 250,000 acres of Pima cotton in the United States in 1998.
Every year 75% of American Pima cotton is sold abroad. Japan is the most important importer of ultra-long fiber cotton. Its fine yarn textile mills need to import more than 2/3 of its annual output of ultra-long fiber cotton from American suppliers. . Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, and Switzerland all use Pima cotton for most of their fine yarn products.
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