The cotton gin separates the “white gold” from the cotton seeds gently and productively.
After the harvest the cotton gin separates – according to quality and method of cultivation (conventional or organic) – the cotton fibres from the seeds. 220 kg of the soft fibres form a bale and the seeds are then pressed to extract cotton oil. The rest is used as animal fodder. Only a third of the harvest is made up of usable fibres, the rest is seeds and capsules.