Linen Manufacturer E-Learning
Flaxseed Virtual Training is designed to familiarize people fully with flaxseed. Flaxseed (large: Linum Usitatissimum) means “most useful” in the category of flowering plants, dicotyledonous, order Malpighian, dark Flax is a genus of flax. Flax originally originated in the eastern Mediterranean coast to India and was probably first cultivated by farmers in the fertile crescent region. Flax was widely cultivated in Ethiopia and ancient Egypt.
Flax is a flowering plant in the order of dicotyledons, order Malpighians, genus Linus, genus Linum linen. Flax originally originated in the eastern Mediterranean coast to India and was probably first cultivated by farmers in the fertile crescent region. Flax was widely cultivated in Ethiopia and ancient Egypt. In Georgia, in prehistoric caves, dried linen has been discovered that dates back to 30,000 BC.
Properties of linen:
- Tensile strength and elongation to rupture
Flax is usually more resistant than cotton due to the presence of large crystalline areas in the structure of this fiber. The tensile strength of flaxseed is 6.5 grams and the length is up to the tear of cotton and about 1.8 percent in the dry state and 2.2 percent in the wet state.
- Moisture effect
The recovered moisture content of flax is about 12%. The strength of flax fiber in the wet state is 20% more than in the dry state, and this state makes it well able to withstand mechanical spinning and wetting operations.
- Heat effect
Flax is highly resistant to heat and can withstand temperatures up to 120 ° C where it begins to turn yellow without decomposing.
- The effect of sunlight
Due to sunlight and for a long time, its power is gradually reduced.
- Chemical properties
Linen is more difficult to bleach than cotton, but with the implementation of new bleaching methods, linen fabric can be bleached significantly without chemical decomposition in the fiber.
- The effect of acids
Flax is resistant to dilute and cold solution of acids. But solutions of dilute and hot acids or concentrated and cold attack it.
Linen Manufacturer Virtual Training Course Topics:
Choose the right seed
Determining the cultivation method and performing cultivation
Working with a variety of irrigation systems (traditional and pressurized)
Performing integrated management of plant pests and diseases
Determining plant nutritional needs and fertilizing
Fiber harvesting and marketing
Prerequisites for the flax production period:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.