Paruthi (Gossypium Hirsutum)

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Genus                                   :             Gossypium

“The Paruthi (Gossypium Hirsutum) plant is known for its cotton flowers that are used to produce cotton. It can be grown in your garden for its aesthetic appeal or for small-scale cotton cultivation.”

Gossypium Hirsutum, commonly known as Paruthi or upland cotton, is a species of cotton plant that is widely grown for its fluffy white fibers. It is a member of the Malvaceae family and is native to the Americas, specifically the regions of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.

Paruthi plants are small trees or shrubs that typically grow up to 2 meters in height. The leaves are broad and green, and the flowers are large and trumpet-shaped, with white or yellow petals. The fruit of the Paruthi plant is a capsule that contains the cotton fibers.

Paruthi plants are typically grown in warm, dry climates, and require a long growing season of at least 150 to 180 days. They are usually planted in the spring and harvested in the fall, with the cotton fibers being separated from the seeds through a process called ginning.

The fibers produced by Paruthi plants are used to make a wide range of textiles, including clothing, bedding, and towels. Cotton is also used in the production of a variety of other products, such as paper, medical supplies, and even food.

Paruthi plants are an important crop worldwide, with major producers including the United States, India, China, and Pakistan. While cotton is a valuable crop, its production can also have negative environmental impacts, such as water depletion and pesticide use. As such, there are ongoing efforts to develop more sustainable cotton production practices.


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