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Texas Tech students discuss cotton nonmedical masks vs. COVID-19

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• By Seshadri Ramkumar • Face masks are indeed becoming a part of gift baskets this holiday season. With wintry weather on the horizon, COVID-19 cases are expected to rise, as is evident in the recent surge in Europe and United States. Given these circumstances, knowledge dissemination on biomedical and nonmedical countermeasures are the need of the hour. I have ... Read More »

Promoting The Preference

By Mark Lange NCC President/CEO For 45 years, the biennial COTTON USA Orientation Tour has been extremely valuable in helping Cotton Council International (the National Cotton Council’s international division) in its mission of keeping the global pipeline filled with U.S. raw cotton exports. Just how important is the Orientation Tour? The Orientation Tour still plays a highly relevant role in ... Read More »

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

This famous photograph of the historic Mont Helena home near Rolling Fork, Miss., says it all. Cotton spans generations of farm families and conjures up special feelings. Producers Adam Hatley (Arizona), Barry Evans (Texas), David Cochran (Mississippi) and Donny Lassiter (N.C.) share their thoughts on this wondrous fiber. Adam Hatley Mesa, Ariz. • Fourth-generation farmer. • Leases 3,600 acres for ... Read More »