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Southern Southeastern Annual Meeting

The Southern Southeastern Annual Meeting will be held Jan. 17-20 at the Marriott Grand Dunes in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This organization represents cotton growers and ginners throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Every year, more than 600 participants come together to gather information and network with major industry suppliers. The event kicks off Wednesday afternoon, ... Read More »

Cotton The World Trusts

gary adams, ncc

The National Cotton Council’s export promotions arm, Cotton Council International, is making U.S. cotton the preferred fiber for end users — mills, manufacturers, brands, retailers and consumers. Does CCI have a new initiative? In 2017, Cotton Council International launched “COTTON USA is the Cotton the World Trusts,” a campaign being carried to more than 50 countries and one that is ... Read More »

Advocating Farm Friendly Tax Reform

gary adams, ncc

Congressional leaders hope by Christmas to wrap a bow around the first comprehensive tax reform in 30 years — a measure on which the National Cotton Council has actively conveyed its priorities. What input has the NCC provided? Among recent actions, the NCC joined other agricultural organizations on letters to Congressional leadership conveying support for tax reform provisions involving: 1) ... Read More »

Low Cottonseed Prices Bring New Challenges

gary adams, ncc

As the 2017 harvest and ginning season proceeds, many cotton producers and ginners are facing a difficult business climate. What is the overall economic situation? Almost 100 percent of U.S. cotton production is exported as either raw fiber or textiles. As such, our industry is heavily influenced by various global market factors, among them: 1) India’s increased cotton production and ... Read More »

Borba Family Honored At Ag One Community Salute

This event raised more than $850,000 for the Ag One Foundation The Borba Family, longtime leaders in Central Valley agriculture, were honored at the Ag One Community Salute at the Fresno Convention Center Exhibit Hall. The event’s 18th edition is the first to honor a family and recognized third-generation member Tina Borba and her sons, Ross, Jr. and Mark, as ... Read More »

Cotton Gin Trash Finds New Life In Power Production

Finding sustainable markets for gin trash, wood chips and other waste products could be viable in producing more electrical power for a growing global population, according to researchers. A demonstration was held recently on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station showcasing a biomass- fueled fluidized bed gasifier, using cotton gin trash and wood chips to power an ... Read More »

Coloring Cotton with Cotton

By Seshadri Ramkumar, Texas Tech University A collaborative endeavor has resulted in dyeing cotton with cotton. Archroma has pioneered the concept of using natural wastes and byproducts to synthesize dyes to color textiles. Bryan Dill, from Archroma US Inc., presented the “Earthcolors” technology at the recent international conference of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists in Wilmington, NC. ... Read More »