upland cotton produces best on a deep loam that is capable of furnishing a uniform supply of about ten or twelve per cent.
Great difficulty was experienced in separating the seed from the lint of upland cotton.
The short fiber or upland cotton is the most common and useful variety.
The upland cotton grown upon it, is inferior in quantity and quality to that of Mississippi growth.
Here and there around the floor were baskets and papers containing samples of sea-island and upland cotton.
It yields about half as much as the "short staple" called Mexican and Petit gulf cotton, and known in commerce as upland cotton.