The spring edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, brings you the highlights from the 2018 Australian Cotton Conference.
News and Events
Research commissioned by CRDC has found the conversion of cotton gin trash to ethanol is scientifically achievable – but is it an economic reality?
Cotton gin trash is a waste by-product created in the cotton ginning process. It consists of leaf matter, stalks, dirt and cotton fibre. Trash is a voluminous, light substance which becomes a burden to store, sell or convert effectively into a form of organic fertiliser.
- RT @CottonAustralia: An important statement from Cotton Australia regarding the recent fish deaths at Menindee. https://t.co/RJ6p3dliGl — 6 days 14 min ago
- RT @Nat_Irrigators: Here's the reason there is no water to flush out the #DarlingRiver. There's been no rain. https://t.co/hompsurxdp — 6 days 1 hour ago
- RT @em_ayliffe: Fun fact about cotton, when it flowers the flowers are white, when that flower is pollinated they turn pink (usuall… https://t.co/PvgkCHt38S — 6 days 1 hour ago