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Effect of storage on cotton stickiness potential

Effect of storage on cotton stickiness potential

Coton et Fibres Tropicales 48(3): 207-212

Two studies were carried out to determine the effect of storage on cotton stickiness potential of entomological origin. The first involved 19 cottons stored for 2.5 years at stable RH and temperature (55-60% RH and 21-23 degrees C). The second covered 21 cottons stored for the same period under non-controlled conditions (30-70% RH and 18-30 degrees ).

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