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1. Ginning is the process used to separate the cotton fibres from the cotton seeds. Perfect ginning operation would be performed if the separation of fibres from the seed was done without the slightest injury to either seeds or the fibre.

2. Retting is the process that involves the action of the microorganisms and moisture on plants to dissolve or rot away the cellular tissues so that it facilitates the separation of the fibre from the stem. This is mostly used in the jute to separate the fibres from the woody tissues.

3. Loamy soil is the composition of the sand, silt and smaller amount of clay. It is rich in minerals. Therefore this soil makes ideal for growing wheat. Other than wheat there are much more crops grown in loamy soil, they are cotton, jute, sugarcane, pulses, and oilseeds.

4. Alluvial soil is fertile soil rich in potassium. It is the best fit soil for agriculture. The crops which are grown in alluvial soil are paddy, sugarcane, and plantain. Paddy is the most used crop in alluvial soil field.

5. Sugarcane is species of tall perennial grass native of warm temperature to tropical regions. The plant is two to six metre tall. This makes them as tall tropical grass which is most suitably grown in the tropical region.

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