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The Cottonscope 'fibre maturity' testing instrument

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A 'fibre maturity' testing device designed to improve the quality of fibre produced by Australian cotton growers and yarn quality in overseas spinning mills has been licensed to new-start Australian company, Cottonscope Pty Ltd.

Developed by CSIRO's Cotton Research Unit – with support from the Cotton Research Development Corporation (CRDC) and the Cotton Catchment Communities CRC – the 'Cottonscope' instrument automatically measures cotton maturity, directly and accurately, in around 25 seconds.

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The Cottonscope 'fibre maturity' testing instrument
The Cottonscope 'fibre maturity' testing instrument
by CSIRO

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