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Official USDA cotton quality classifications measure three factors: grade, staple, and micronaire (10). 1/ Grade depends on the color, trash content, and preparation (smoothness) of the sample. Staple is the average length of the individual fibers. Micronaire is a measure of fiber fineness and maturity.
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