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Can the microbial flora of cotton lint in the field be influenced by a change in the environment?


Cotton dust Proceedings of the thirteenth cotton dust research conference Beltwide cotton research conferences, Nashville, TN, January 5-6, 1989: 24-27
Can the microbial flora of cotton lint in the field be influenced by a change in the environment?
Different cultivars of cotton are grown under differing environmental and agricultural conditions in different locations in the southern United States. Cottons grown and harvested in California, and cottons that were washed and bleached were exposed to 2 different environments (Clayton, NC, and Lubbock, TX). Studies detail the microbiological flora and compare it with the flora of cottons grown in the same area.


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