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Thirty-one ‘complete’ cotton training
From field to fashion and everything else in between, 31 delegates from all sectors of the global cotton industry have completed the International Cotton Association’s (ICA) annual training programme, Complete Cotton.
CAI-USDA meet to sort out crop number discrepancy
A team of CAI Directors led by the CAI President, Atul S Ganatra held a meeting with Dhruv Sood, a local representative of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) based in Mumbai very recently to reconcile USDA crop numbers relating to India with the CAI crop numbers.
Global cotton consumption pruned
Due to uncertainties in the world economy and trading market, the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) Secretariat has revised its global consumption forecast for 2018/19 downward to 27.5 million tonnes.
Bioproducts offer new opportunities for cotton
Cotton is finding applications as novel biomaterials. Professor Noureddine Abidi, Managing Director of Lubbock-based Fiber and Biopolymer Institute (FBRI) at Texas Tech University is using waste and low-grade cotton to develop bio-products that could find many non-conventional applications for cotton.
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