- BANCROFT COTTONVariety of cotton from Alabama and Georgia, the fibre measuring 20 to 25 mm., growing in medium large bolls, yielding 30 to 32 per cent lint; it matures late. Also called Herlong, Bancroft, Herlong and Jones Herlong.
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