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Title: FIBREpak A Guide to Improving Australian Fibre Quality - Second edition
Authors: van der Sluijs, M.H.J.
Naylor, G.R.S.
Long, R.L.
Gordon, S.G.
Constable, Greg
Bange, Michael
Issue Date: 4-Jun-2018
Publisher: CSIRO & CRDC
Abstract: Fibre quality is affected by a large number of interacting factors:variety, seasonal conditions, crop and harvest management, and ginning can all determine whether or not the spinner's requirementsare met. While some of these factors cannot be controlled, there are many that can. Through better understanding of the nature of fibre and the factors that affect its quality, improved varieties,management for each region's climate, and processing to minimise damage to fibre are all opportunities to improve the quality of fibre delivered to mills. Originally published: 2009. Updated: 2018.
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