Cotton Bales

Cotton is packaged, stored, and transported in units called bales. A cotton bale consists of cotton fibers removed from cottonseed during the ginning process and packaged for convenient handling, storing, and exporting. Bales are formed at the end of the ginning, drying, and cleaning process by accumulating cotton fibers. The Pressing unit presses the cotton lint and make the standard size of the cotton bale. Cotton bales are easy to transport from one place to another.

Differents Names of Cotton Bales
Botanical Name: Gossypium spp.
English Name: Cotton Bales
Hindi Name: Kapash Ganthe
Other Name: Kapash Gasadi
Family Name: Malvaceae