Cotton Dress Socks
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The cultivated cotton belongs to the genus Malvaceae. Commonly known as cotton. It is an important cash crop. It is usually an annual sub-shrub, and there are primitive types of perennial shrubs or small trees in the tropics and subtropics. Originated in a tropical arid region near the equator. It has been cultivated in modern times through long-term natural domestication and artificial selection. Mexican Indians knew to use and cultivate cotton as early as 5800 BC. Xinjiang is the earliest area for cotton planting in China. Wax cotton unearthed in the Tomb of the Eastern Han Dynasty proved that China had used cotton more than 1,700 years ago. In China's older ancient books, there was a lack of records on cotton and cotton planting. Until the 11th to 13th centuries (Song Dynasty), cotton was planted in the Yangtze River basin of China and gradually became the main raw material for people's clothing.
Distribution of production areas The world cotton area is distributed between 38°~46° north latitude and 35° south latitude. Can be divided into 3 cotton belts: 1 North belt. At 46° to 20° north latitude, cotton producing countries including Asia, North America and Europe account for about 80% of the world's cotton production. 2 in the belt. In the north latitude 20 ° ~ 0 °, including cotton in the north of Africa and South America, accounting for about 10% of the world's cotton production. 3 South Belt. At 0° to 30° south latitude, cotton-producing countries, including South America and Oceania, account for about 7% of world cotton production.
In addition to a few areas in the northernmost part of the country and the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China has cotton cultivation. The provinces of Shandong, Hebei, Henan, Jiangsu and Hubei have the largest areas, accounting for more than 60% of the country's total output. According to natural conditions, cultivation characteristics and suitable variety types, it can be divided into five cotton areas in South China, Yangtze River Basin, Yellow River Basin, Northern Early Mature Area and Northwest Inland. China's cotton production is among the highest in the world.