Inside Cotton

Welcome to Inside Cotton.

Inside Cotton is a digital library of materials important to the Australian cotton industry, maintained by CRDC. On this site you will find a host of materials from CRDC, the industry’s extension program CottonInfo, and others.

Please feel free to browse this site and view the materials relevant to you.

Please note that all materials on this site are covered by copyright – that of CRDC or the respective authors – and CRDC’s disclaimer. Should you have any queries regarding this site or the materials within, please contact the CRDC Communications Manager via 02 6792 4088 or comms@crdc.com.au.

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  • Holman, Sharna (Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, 2017-06)
    The project focused on aspects of farm hygiene as it relates to crop protection within cotton farming systems, while also providing regional extension support in Central Queensland. Specifically this project addressed ...
  • Bange, Michael; Gordon, Stuart (CSIRO Materials Science & Engineering, 2019-06-30)
    Newer export destinations for Australian cotton have demanded larger volumes of traditionally ‘lower’ grade, i.e., shorter staple Middling and Strict Middling types for bulk knit fabrics that like higher grades are still ...
  • CRDC; CottonInfo (CRDC & CottonInfo, 2021-09-01)
    This Guide provides you with a comprehensive summary of the key cotton crop protection issues, and is brought to you by CRDC and the Australian cotton industry's joint extension program, CottonInfo.
  • Redfern, Ruth; Jenson, Melanie (CRDC, 2021-09-01)
    The spring 2021 edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, focuses on the capability of Australian cotton growers and our world-leading researchers, which puts Australian cotton at the cutting edge. This edition looks at the ...
  • McCarthy, Cheryl (University of Southern Queensland, 2019-04)
    Research was undertaken to develop a machine vision-based weed spot sprayer for the Australian sugar and cotton industries. Competition from weeds causes significant loss in production that is estimated at $70M annually ...

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