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  • Traceability Research Project Commenced to Identify Solutions

    Traceability Research Project Commenced to Identify Solutions

    Work has commenced on a traceability research project to scope possible technical options for a solution to better trace Australian cotton through the supply chain.

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  • Brand spotlight: Trenery's Australian Cotton Move for Quality, Customer Love

    Brand spotlight: Trenery's Australian Cotton Move for Quality, Customer Love

    Adding Australian cotton is helping achieve responsible sourcing goals, and it’s striking a chord with both customers and staff alike. Fashion label, Trenery, shares how incorporating Australian cotton into their fibre collection ensures quality, longevity and durability – without compromise.

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  • COTTON FARMERS LEARN ABOUT MACRO TRENDS AT FIELD DAY

    COTTON FARMERS LEARN ABOUT MACRO TRENDS AT FIELD DAY

    Cotton farmers and cotton industry personnel have heard first had about the global drivers that will affect their market access in future.

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  • Cotton industry releases fourth independent environmental assessment

    Cotton industry releases fourth independent environmental assessment

    The results of a new comprehensive independent assessment of the environmental performance of Australia’s cotton industry have been released revealing significant gains, and areas for improvement.

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  • Cotton Australia Launches World First Data Dashboard

    Cotton Australia Launches World First Data Dashboard

    In what is believed to be a world first for a cotton producing country, Cotton Australia has launched a data dashboard to transparently report Australian cotton data.

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  • Boosting trade: Cotton Australia pushes to expand tariff free quota with India

    Boosting trade: Cotton Australia pushes to expand tariff free quota with India

    Initial discussions to expand free trade of Australian cotton with India been positive, following Cotton Australia’s recent in-market visit.

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  • Episode 2: A Season at Tyunga

    Episode 2: A Season at Tyunga

    Water is perhaps a farmer’s most valuable resource. In Episode 2 of “A Season at Tyunga”, Johannes Roellgen and his daughter Lauren share the water saving strategies and technologies implemented on their farm to improve water use efficiency by a third.

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  • Better Cotton Visits Cotton Farm With Traceability The Hot Topic

    Better Cotton Visits Cotton Farm With Traceability The Hot Topic

    Better Cotton's Senior Traceability Program Manager, Jacky Broomhead, visited Australia to meet growers and discuss the important issue with Cotton Australia.

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  • Farmers Add Thousands Of Native Fish To Local Waterways

    Farmers Add Thousands Of Native Fish To Local Waterways

    Cotton growers in the Macquarie Valley are doing their bit to help communities replenish fish stocks in the Macquarie River.

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  • Exceptional crop boasts highest quality results on record

    Exceptional crop boasts highest quality results on record

    The 2022-23 season has been reported as the highest quality Australian cotton crop ever.

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  • Episode 1: A Season at Tyunga

    Episode 1: A Season at Tyunga

    This season, join us at Tyunga Farms on the Darling Downs, where we follow Johannes Roellgen and his family as they grow cotton.

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  • Join CSIRO's focus group on innovative fibres, sustainability, threats and opportunities

    Join CSIRO's focus group on innovative fibres, sustainability, threats and opportunities

    Industry experts are invited to join a focus-group on “Innovative Fibres, their economic viability, sustainability, threats and opportunities - with specific reference to cotton”.

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  • Aussie farmers join global stage at London conference

    Aussie farmers join global stage at London conference

    Australian cotton farmers have travelled beyond the farm gate to the 2023 Textile Exchange Conference and returned feeling confident in their industry. Farmer Fleur Anderson joined a panel at the conference and said despite different growing challenges around the globe, farmers were dealing with common issues including meeting the requirements of future legislation.

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  • Cotton Australia Visits Spinners in Türkiye

    Cotton Australia Visits Spinners in Türkiye

    While Australian cotton shipments to Türkiye currently represent just 5-7% of total exports, many premium brands source from this region and it remains an important customer.

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  • Aussie Cotton garments in the mighty millions

    Aussie Cotton garments in the mighty millions

    The Australian Cotton Mark, a small but mighty label, is fast becoming a customer favourite. This year our brand partners have proudly labelled 23 million items with the Australian cotton logos. On World Cotton Day, our newest brand partner, Seed Heritage, shares why using Australian cotton not only resonates with customers, but also their business values and sustainability standards.

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  • Data collection enhances cotton production

    Data collection enhances cotton production

    Meet the Skermans, leaders in sustainable cotton farming. Growing around 2000 hectares of cotton, the Skermans are dedicated to collecting and tracking data to make good decisions. The family operation closely monitors and analyses this information to optimise every aspect of their farm, from saving water and costs to, ensuring the highest possible yields and land use efficiency.

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  • Cotton farmer credits national award to collaborative industry

    Cotton farmer credits national award to collaborative industry

    Johannes and Scarlett Roellgen are regarded among the best cotton growers in the country. This year, most of their cotton crop was not sprayed for pests, instead relying on beneficial insects for control and they’re also using 40% less nitrogen than the industry average. It’s these types of leading farming practices that earned the Roellgen's the title of Bayer Cotton Grower of the Year in 2023.

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  • Celebrating Three years of The Biodiversity Project

    Celebrating Three years of The Biodiversity Project

    It’s been three years since The Biodiversity Project kicked off in the Namoi Valley of New South Wales. Since the first tree was planted, about 60 hectares of cotton farming land has been revegetated. Find out more here.

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  • The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Kahl family

    The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Kahl family

    It’s been three years since The Biodiversity Project started in the Namoi Valley, NSW. The Kahl Family, who have farmed for three generations along the Namoi River, were the first family to start their on-farm biodiversity project with the support of Country Road and Landcare. Find out more about their journey here.

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  • The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Watson family

    The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Watson family

    With a rich history of on-farm biodiversity work, it was only natural for the Watson Family to partner with Country Road and Landcare Australia to further their existing work. Three years into the Biodiversity Project, Andrew tells tells us what’s been happening at his Boggabri farm.

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  • The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Hamparsum family

    The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Hamparsum family

    As a keen fisherman, it’s only natural for John Hamparsum to want the fish in the Mooki River to thrive. As part of the Biodiversity Project with partners Country Road and Landcare Australia, John and his sister Juanita have developed fish passages along the river, and planted fauna to help improve their habitat.

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  • The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Pursehouse family

    The Biodiversity Project: Meet the Pursehouse family

    It was an easy decision for the Pursehouse family to join The Biodviersity Project. With a passion to help the local koala population thrive, the project has enabled the family to continue planting trees not just for future farming generations, but also koala generations, to come.

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  • Australia's World Leading Biodiversity Measurements

    Australia's World Leading Biodiversity Measurements

    The Australian cotton industry is in consultation with farmers and NRM groups across the country to establish targets and indicators for native vegetation on farms that grow cotton.

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  • Cotton Industry Awards Announced At Cotton Collective

    Cotton Industry Awards Announced At Cotton Collective

    Winners for the 2023 Cotton Grower of the Year and AgriRisk High Achiever of the Year have been announced at this year's awards. Find out who won here.

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  • Federal funding helps grow Australian cotton on global platform

    Federal funding helps grow Australian cotton on global platform

    Growing the overseas customer base for Australian cotton is the key driver behind new federal funding for the industry.

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  • Volunteer organisation empowering women for more than 20 years

    Volunteer organisation empowering women for more than 20 years

    The Australian cotton industry is abundant with passionate and motivated woman, many who are leaders in their field. These women are supported by the volunteer organisation Wincott, which aims to bring women together from all corners of the industry.

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  • How a charity organisation is helping empower fitness and mental health

    How a charity organisation is helping empower fitness and mental health

    What started as a small local, community fitness class in a small country town to bring people together has developed into a national charity delivering health, fitness and wellbeing to rural and regional farming communities.

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  • Voluntary cotton farm raises millions for community groups

    Voluntary cotton farm raises millions for community groups

    It’s not your traditional way of fundraising, but it’s one that works for a small cotton farming community. During the past 25 years, a volunteer demonstration farm has injected more than $3million back into its community by growing cotton and other crops.

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  • Cotton farmer’s passion for helping his local community

    Cotton farmer’s passion for helping his local community

    More than 95% of cotton farmers are actively involved in their community, contributing to events, sporting teams and local tourism.

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  • Cotton farmer's voice on stage at global forums

    Cotton farmer's voice on stage at global forums

    An Australian cotton delegation including Cotton Australia staff and a farmer from Gunnedah NSW recently took part in a number of global sustainable fashion forums in Europe.

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  • Native vegetation management reaps benefits for cotton growers

    Native vegetation management reaps benefits for cotton growers

    Biodiversity is a crucial tool for cotton farmers. In Southern NSW, one farmer has connected his paddocks to a reserve and state forest with biodiversity corridors, providing a natural habitat for wildlife to live and travel.

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  • Collaboration, challenges, progress highlighted in Sustainability Update

    Collaboration, challenges, progress highlighted in Sustainability Update

    The Australian cotton industry’s 2022 Sustainability Update has been released, reflecting the progress of sustainability in farming systems.

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  • How biodegradable friendly capsules are helping combat cotton pests

    How biodegradable friendly capsules are helping combat cotton pests

    Filled with tiny wasps the size of a breadcrumb, these corn starch and vegetable oil capsules are having a huge impact on combating Silverleaf Whitefly - a challenging pest found in cotton crops.

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  • Exceptional quality reports as cotton picking nears completion

    Exceptional quality reports as cotton picking nears completion

    Almost 85% of this season’s Australian cotton crop has been picked, with reports indicating higher than expected yields and quality despite a challenging and wet start to the growing season.

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  • Australian Cotton industry invests research into supply chain human rights issue

    Australian Cotton industry invests research into supply chain human rights issue

    The Australian cotton industry has funded research and published a report to assess supply chain risks and make recommendations as to how to avoid Australian cotton entering supply chains with human rights issues.

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  • PHOTOS: Check out the Australian Cotton Farm Tour images

    PHOTOS: Check out the Australian Cotton Farm Tour images

    See all the photos from the 2023 Australian Cotton Farm tour, held in the Narrabri, NSW, region.

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  • Australian Cotton Tour delivers on sustainability message to brands globally

    Australian Cotton Tour delivers on sustainability message to brands globally

    The demand for Australian cotton continues to grow after key fashion brand representatives join the Australian Cotton Tour.

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  • On the Road with Lacoste

    On the Road with Lacoste

    Cotton to Market visited Gundaline station near Griffith.

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  • Soil your … what? Industry’s unique way to test soil health

    Soil your … what? Industry’s unique way to test soil health

    Don’t throw out that old pair of cotton underwear, instead, here’s how it can help gauge your soil health.

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  • Cotton Picking underway with positive signs despite challenges

    Cotton Picking underway with positive signs despite challenges

    Cotton picking is underway for the 2022-23 season, with a near-record crop predicted.

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  • Farmer’s biodiversity project draws thousands of ducks during migration season

    Farmer’s biodiversity project draws thousands of ducks during migration season

    The noise is unbelievable, and its near impossible to find a tree that a whistling duck hasn’t claimed – but it’s a long-standing biodiversity project this cotton farming family are proud of.

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  • Australia ranks number one for cotton fibre exports into Indonesian market

    Australia ranks number one for cotton fibre exports into Indonesian market

    Indonesian manufacturing industry affirm why Australia’s cotton is regarded as a premium fibre, during in-market visit.

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  • Cotton industry makes important next step in diverting textile waste from landfill

    Cotton industry makes important next step in diverting textile waste from landfill

    The next stage in identifying a scalable, long-term solution to the issue of textile waste in landfill is now underway with cotton farmers launching phase-2 trials on farms in both New South Wales and Queensland.

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  • Have Your Say in Australian Cotton’s Future

    Have Your Say in Australian Cotton’s Future

    Industry and stakeholders are invited to participate in the Australian cotton industry's roadmap survey, that will help shape the future of Australian cotton on the global market.

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  • Cotton Australia Brings The Farmer Voice to Melbourne Fashion Festival

    Cotton Australia Brings The Farmer Voice to Melbourne Fashion Festival

    Cotton Australia’s Brooke Summers has joined a panel of fashion and textile innovators at the Melbourne Fashion Festival Business Lunch.

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  • Australian cotton industry roadmap to align industry with customer needs

    Australian cotton industry roadmap to align industry with customer needs

    Cotton Australia, ACSA and CRDC are collaborating to develop a Strategic Roadmap for the Australian Cotton Industry that will help the industry remain competitive in a changing fashion and textiles market.

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  • Knowledge and ability are key to success in cotton industry

    Knowledge and ability are key to success in cotton industry

    As an agronomist, Alice Davies’ goal is to produce a healthy, high-yielding crop of cotton. This International Women’s Day, Alice tells us how women are succeeding in the industry.

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  • Women raise the bar in Australian cotton industry

    Women raise the bar in Australian cotton industry

    Farming, families and learning the ropes – it’s not easy but women in the Australian cotton industry are showcasing their abilities in the field – and it’s impressive.

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  • How women in cotton are shaping their rural communities

    How women in cotton are shaping their rural communities

    Being involved in the cotton industry doesn’t always involve spending hours on a tractor. For some, it’s helping shape their rural and regional communities into wonderful places to live and raise families.

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  • International Women's Day: Cotton Australia celebrates industry's wonderful women

    International Women's Day: Cotton Australia celebrates industry's wonderful women

    Today on International Women’s Day, we are celebrating the incredible impact women have across the Australian cotton industry.

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  • myBMP farmers showcase their sustainability practices to Textile Exchange

    myBMP farmers showcase their sustainability practices to Textile Exchange

    myBMP accredited farms have been the on the agenda during Textile Exchange visit to Australia.

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  • Brand reveals how farmers helped tell Australian Cotton story campaign

    Brand reveals how farmers helped tell Australian Cotton story campaign

    Cotton farmers become models. That’s exactly what two families from Central Queensland did when working with children’s brand Cotton On Kids. But their story had such an important message. Read about it here:

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  • How genetically modified seed saved the Australian cotton industry

    How genetically modified seed saved the Australian cotton industry

    It’s the seed that packs a punch. Jam packed full of technology, this small seed has been described as a game-changer for the Australian cotton industry. Here’s why.

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  • Farmer explains why myBMP program is vital for cotton operation

    Farmer explains why myBMP program is vital for cotton operation

    Cotton farmer Kevin Schwager tells us why the myBMP program is vital for his farm's operation, and how it is a valuable piece of transparency for the entire supply chain.

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  • Sharing and caring at the heart of water efficiency for cotton growers

    Sharing and caring at the heart of water efficiency for cotton growers

    Darling Downs farmers share their water saving techniques.

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  • Cotton farmer builds special machinery to improve soil health and nutrients

    Cotton farmer builds special machinery to improve soil health and nutrients

    A cover cropping program has resulted in improved soil health, yield and reduced input costs for NSW cotton farmer Scott McCalman.

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  • Why the cotton market is continuously changing

    Why the cotton market is continuously changing

    The cotton market is continuously moving, with many factors influencing price and demand.

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  • Unique Australian cotton Christmas wreaths puts a spin on the festive season

    Unique Australian cotton Christmas wreaths puts a spin on the festive season

    Christmas in Australia is taking the shape of handcrafted wreaths made from Australian cotton, after a hobby turned into a booming business.

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  • Action-packed trade visit reinforces Australian cotton as superior natural fibre

    Action-packed trade visit reinforces Australian cotton as superior natural fibre

    An agenda-packed trade visit to Thailand and Vietnam has reinforced the view that Australian cotton is among the world’s most highly regarded cotton.

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  • Cotton exports break records and take third spot on most valuable export commodity

    Cotton exports break records and take third spot on most valuable export commodity

    Australian cotton is forecast to become the third most valuable export commodity after wheat and beef, in a year that also witnessed a record export result for one month.

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  • Farming and fit: Agricultural company backs Active Farmers search for personal trainers

    Farming and fit: Agricultural company backs Active Farmers search for personal trainers

    Health and fitness is about to be boosted significantly thanks to the good will of a major agricultural company that’s providing scholarships for individuals to become certified personal trainers and kick off Active Farmers programs in their local communities.

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  • Better Cotton gains valuable insight into Australia’s cotton farming practices

    Better Cotton gains valuable insight into Australia’s cotton farming practices

    Cotton Australia has had the opportunity to showcase sustainable cotton farming practices to Better Cotton staff during a visit to Australia.

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  • LARGE AUSTRALIAN COTTON CROP STILL EXPECTED IN 2023 DESPITE CONSTANT RAIN

    LARGE AUSTRALIAN COTTON CROP STILL EXPECTED IN 2023 DESPITE CONSTANT RAIN

    The Australian cotton industry is still expecting a large cotton crop despite the persistent rain in much of New South Wales and Queensland impacting on already sodden paddocks, and in some cases, delaying picking and planting.

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  • Fashion designer brings Australian cotton to the wedding isle

    Fashion designer brings Australian cotton to the wedding isle

    Fashion designer Emma Bond from Madi & Pip has created a wedding dress made from 100% Australian cotton.

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  • Partner Spotlight: Rodd & Gunn highlights benefits of using Australian cotton

    Partner Spotlight: Rodd & Gunn highlights benefits of using Australian cotton

    Australian cotton was introduced into Rodd & Gunn’s fabric portfolio in 2020. Here's why the menswear brand has almost doubled its Australian cotton in three years.

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  • Wrap Up: Brands, retailers get behind World Cotton Day in Australia

    Wrap Up: Brands, retailers get behind World Cotton Day in Australia

    This year, many of our brand and retail partners also celebrated World Cotton Day with their customers both in-store and online.

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  • Let's Talk: Cotton to Market launches its first newsletter to brands

    Let's Talk: Cotton to Market launches its first newsletter to brands

    After 10 years and thousands of conversations with brands and retailers, we are at a pivotal time with an opportunity to better align the Australian cotton industry with our customers, to set us up for the next 10 to 20 years.

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  • Farmers unite in push for chemical reductions in farming

    Farmers unite in push for chemical reductions in farming

    An increasing number of farmers are applying bulky organic fertilisers like manures, composts, and biosolids on their fields to reduce reliance on synthetic mineral fertilisers.

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  • Major retailer launches new range of Australian cotton garments

    Major retailer launches new range of Australian cotton garments

    Iconic retailer Best&Less has launched their latest range of men’s women’s and children’s clothing using 100% Australian cotton.

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  • Students join researchers to help close the fashion circularity gap

    Students join researchers to help close the fashion circularity gap

    A collaborative symposium was held for the first time, with the goal to help accelerate Australia’s science and innovation towards a sustainable circular fibre.

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  • World Cotton Day: 2022 Australian Cotton Crop all but sold out despite global volatility

    World Cotton Day: 2022 Australian Cotton Crop all but sold out despite global volatility

    Australian cotton growers appear certain to sell out of 2022 cotton within weeks and is positioned well for the 2023 crop despite global volatility.

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  • FARMER’S SWEET FIND ADDS TO SUSTAINABLE COTTON FARMING OPERATION

    FARMER’S SWEET FIND ADDS TO SUSTAINABLE COTTON FARMING OPERATION

    Beneficial insects are a valuable tool for farmers to control pests that may otherwise damage crops.

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  • AUSTRALIAN COTTON THE FOCUS OF INDONESIA VISIT

    AUSTRALIAN COTTON THE FOCUS OF INDONESIA VISIT

    Cotton growers – through Cotton Australia’s Cotton to Market program and the Australian Cotton Shippers Association (ACSA) - have been represented in key supply chain meetings in Indonesia.

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  • LEADING BRANDS SHOWCASE AUSTRALIAN COTTON GARMENTS AT MAJOR INDUSTRY EVENT

    LEADING BRANDS SHOWCASE AUSTRALIAN COTTON GARMENTS AT MAJOR INDUSTRY EVENT

    The Australian By Design fashion parade has showcased sustainably grown Australian cotton in a large variety of high-quality garments made by leading fashion brands.

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  • WRAP UP: SCIENCE, BIODIVERSITY, INNOVATION BRINGS COTTON INDUSTRY TOGETHER

    WRAP UP: SCIENCE, BIODIVERSITY, INNOVATION BRINGS COTTON INDUSTRY TOGETHER

    Sustainability, traceability and cotton innovations were the hot topics at this year’s Australian Cotton Conference on the Gold Coast.

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  • COTTON FARMERS, IRRIGATORS TEAM UP TO HELP SAVE ENDANGERED SOUTHERN BELL FROG

    COTTON FARMERS, IRRIGATORS TEAM UP TO HELP SAVE ENDANGERED SOUTHERN BELL FROG

    Along an irrigation channel in southern New South Wales, farmers are directing environmental water into cotton farm wetlands to help save an endangered species of frog.

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  • COTTON AUSTRALIA SUPPORTS TEXTILE EXCHANGE 20 YEAR CELEBRATIONS

    COTTON AUSTRALIA SUPPORTS TEXTILE EXCHANGE 20 YEAR CELEBRATIONS

    Celebrating 20 years in Melbourne last week, Textile Exchange partnered with Country Road and Cotton Australia to host a forum for brands to explore sustainable raw material options.

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  • BIODIVERSITY MONTH: WHY CARING FOR THE BIG AND SMALL IS IMPORTANT FOR COTTON FARMING SUCCESS

    BIODIVERSITY MONTH: WHY CARING FOR THE BIG AND SMALL IS IMPORTANT FOR COTTON FARMING SUCCESS

    Biodiversity may consist of small organisms in the environment, but they have a large role in growing sustainable cotton in Australia.

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  • Q&A: Fashion brand Country Road tells us why Australian Cotton is important to their business

    Q&A: Fashion brand Country Road tells us why Australian Cotton is important to their business

    Country Road are a long-standing brand partner with Cotton Australia, and this August the pair partnered to showcase the 100% Enzo Heritage Sweat for pets – which is made from 100% Australian cotton.

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  • Top Cotton Award winners announced at the Australian Cotton conference

    Top Cotton Award winners announced at the Australian Cotton conference

    The 2022 Bayer Cotton Grower of the year and the AgriRisk High Achiever of the Year have been announced at the Australian Cotton Conference Awards Dinner on the Gold Coast, along with the ADAMA Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever and the Cotton Seed Distributors Researcher of the Year.

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  • Top crop: new season Australia cotton is hitting the market

    Top crop: new season Australia cotton is hitting the market

    Despite wet weather delaying picking across much of Australia, this season’s bumper crop will produce enough fibre to clothe half a billion people. Want to see how cotton is ginned? Watch the video

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  • Committed to continue: Country Road backs farmers to replant trees lost in flood

    Committed to continue: Country Road backs farmers to replant trees lost in flood

    A flood would eventually break the drought covering much of Australia’s agricultural land, but unfortunately thousands of native trees along the Namoi River weren't established enough.

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  • Ground breaking trial returning cotton textile waste to cotton fields shows promising results

    Ground breaking trial returning cotton textile waste to cotton fields shows promising results

    A 12-month trial on a cotton farm just outside the rural town of Goondiwindi, Queensland, has shown it is possible to divert large amounts of cotton textile waste at end of life from landfill with no harm done to soil health or cotton yields.

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  • Australian cotton and soil scientist takes ‘Soil your Undies’ project to West Africa

    Australian cotton and soil scientist takes ‘Soil your Undies’ project to West Africa

    Australian soil scientist Oliver Knox is helping to extend his ground-breaking ‘Soil Your Undies’ project to West Africa and Western Uganda where it has been welcomed with great enthusiasm.

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  • Finalists announced for Cotton’s highest awards in 2022

    Finalists announced for Cotton’s highest awards in 2022

    Finalists for the Australian cotton industry’s most prestigious awards for 2022 have been announced, with entrants from New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory named.

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  • Australian cotton industry highlighted on global stage at Better Cotton conference

    Australian cotton industry highlighted on global stage at Better Cotton conference

    The Australian cotton industry was highlighted on the global stage last week, with several industry representatives speaking at the Better Cotton Conference in Sweden.

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  • Brands, retailers encouraged to attend National Clothing Product Stewardship Scheme second town hall meeting

    Brands, retailers encouraged to attend National Clothing Product Stewardship Scheme second town hall meeting

    Brands and retailers are invited to hear about how the development of a National Clothing Product Stewardship Scheme is progressing at an online Town Hall Meeting on 20 July

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  • Cotton farmers restore riparian zones with amazing results

    Cotton farmers restore riparian zones with amazing results

    Cotton farmers Susie and Jamie Grant are seeing wildlife return to an important ecological community on their property.

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  • Australian cotton industry update on Sustainability

    Australian cotton industry update on Sustainability

    Cotton is grown within a complex farming system, and farm decisions have a domino effect on its other parts.

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  • New environmentally friendly spray developed to combat notorious cotton pest

    New environmentally friendly spray developed to combat notorious cotton pest

    An environmentally friendly spray that targets and kills one of cotton’s most damaging pests – silverleaf whitefly (SLW) – has been created by scientists at the University of Queensland.

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  • Marathon runner praises Australian cotton industry’s water use efficiency

    Marathon runner praises Australian cotton industry’s water use efficiency

    A marathon runner is promoting the importance of water globally by running 200 marathons this year.

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  • Brands, retailers and industry join forces to tackle national clothing circularity plan

    Brands, retailers and industry join forces to tackle national clothing circularity plan

    Australia’s first National Product Stewardship Scheme for Clothing will meet this week with the goal to develop a pathway to transform how clothing is made and recirculated.

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  • FREE WEBINAR: Join Australian Cotton experts as they unpack the latest industry sustainability findings

    FREE WEBINAR: Join Australian Cotton experts as they unpack the latest industry sustainability findings

    The Australian cotton industry will present the findings from its recent sustainability report in a one-hour webinar on Friday, 17 June.

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  • Australian Cotton Conference returns to the Gold Coast after a four-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Australian Cotton Conference returns to the Gold Coast after a four-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The Australian Cotton Conference is back in 2022 with a program expected to engage, challenge and unite the industry across three days.

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  • Only One Earth: Why a healthy environment is an important cotton farming asset

    Only One Earth: Why a healthy environment is an important cotton farming asset

    Without a healthy environment, farmers would not be able to grow cotton.

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  • New cotton sustainability report highlights improvements in soil health, greenhouse gas emissions

    New cotton sustainability report highlights improvements in soil health, greenhouse gas emissions

    Cotton Australia and the Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CRDC) have released the Australian cotton industry's latest sustainability report, which assesses key indicators outlined in the PLANET. PEOPLE. PADDOCK. Sustainability Framework.

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  • Brands and retailers get boots muddy at Camp Cotton Farm Tour 2022

    Brands and retailers get boots muddy at Camp Cotton Farm Tour 2022

    Seeing cotton in the field has ignited a passion for brands and retailers to use Australian cotton in their raw material collections.

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  • Cotton Australia launches inaugural podcast straight from the farmers

    Cotton Australia launches inaugural podcast straight from the farmers

    For the first time, Australian podcast fans will share the sometimes-visceral journey of cotton farmers, and the challenges and opportunities they face out on the land.

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  • Farmers share why worker safety is paramount on Australian cotton farms

    Farmers share why worker safety is paramount on Australian cotton farms

    At any Australian cotton farm, you'll find that employee safety is paramount.

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  • High-end fashion designer showcases Australian cotton collection in the field

    High-end fashion designer showcases Australian cotton collection in the field

    Gold Coast fashion designer Emma Bond has captured her cotton fashion collection in the field for an upcoming virtual runway project.

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  • Why sleeping in cotton sheets and pyjamas will improve your quality of sleep

    Why sleeping in cotton sheets and pyjamas will improve your quality of sleep

    If you’re looking for a good night’s sleep, 100 per cent cotton sheets paired with comfy cotton PJs are what new research recommends.

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  • Tricky weeds targeted with precision spraying technology

    Tricky weeds targeted with precision spraying technology

    Clever infrared machines are being used to blast individual weeds away while dramatically reducing herbicide use at a cotton farm on Queensland’s Darling Downs.

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  • Major Funding Boost for Cotton Australia’s Export Market Program

    Major Funding Boost for Cotton Australia’s Export Market Program

    Cotton Australia will further develop market access strategies for the nation’s cotton industry thanks to a significant grant from the Australian government.

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  • Quality Australian Cotton Gains Further Global Support

    Quality Australian Cotton Gains Further Global Support

    Cotton Australia has used a new collaboration with a leading Japanese shirtmaker to highlight growing global endorsement of the quality and environmental credentials of Australian cotton.

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  • REPLAY: Farmers and experts highlight the importance of biodiversity in cotton farming

    REPLAY: Farmers and experts highlight the importance of biodiversity in cotton farming

    The role of biodiversity and its importance to the Australian cotton industry was recently discussed in-depth in a webinar hosted by Cotton Australia.

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  • International Women’s Day: innovative cotton women at the forefront of industry’s future

    International Women’s Day: innovative cotton women at the forefront of industry’s future

    Today’s forward-thinking, bright minded and innovative women in cotton have a 360 degree view of the industry.

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  • Research, sciences encourages new women into cotton

    Research, sciences encourages new women into cotton

    In addition, Larissa is the secretary for the Darling Downs Cotton Growers Association, a role that’s allowed her to step out of her comfort zone, learn more about the industry and network with like minded people.

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  • Australia’s cotton industry is bright with future leaders

    Australia’s cotton industry is bright with future leaders

    Standing side-by-side with cotton farmers from across Australia at the end of the season is what Kim Byrnes looks forward to every year.

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  • New cotton whitening process proves to be eco-friendly and better for cotton

    New cotton whitening process proves to be eco-friendly and better for cotton

    Researchers have developed a new eco-friendly whitening process for greige (undyed) cotton, which is better for the environment, and safer for human health.

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  • Children’s brand Cotton On Kids Becomes Newest Brand Partner for Cotton Australia

    Children’s brand Cotton On Kids Becomes Newest Brand Partner for Cotton Australia

    Children’s clothing brand Cotton On Kids has launched its first range of Australian cotton garments both here in Australia and across the globe – with more to come.

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  • Online cotton fabric sample collection helps cut unnecessary landfill from fashion industry

    Online cotton fabric sample collection helps cut unnecessary landfill from fashion industry

    A comprehensive collection of digital cotton fabrics is providing brands and retailers with more ways to choose fabrics while reducing textile waste caused by sampling .

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  • Australian women in cotton highlighted in a special edition of global publication “The Recorder”

    Australian women in cotton highlighted in a special edition of global publication “The Recorder”

    A special edition of International Cotton Advisory Committee’s publication, The Recorder, has highlighted two leading women in Australian Cotton.

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  • REGISTER NOW: limited places available for Cotton Australia Biodiversity Webinar

    REGISTER NOW: limited places available for Cotton Australia Biodiversity Webinar

    Biodiversity plays a huge role in cotton production, and today it’s not just the growers who are getting behind this important part of farming.

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  • Best and Less launches new Aussie cotton tees in time for Australia Day

    Best and Less launches new Aussie cotton tees in time for Australia Day

    If you’re looking for the perfect Australia Day t-shirt this year, Best and Less has you covered.

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  • Sell out: ELK the Label shares Australian Cotton t-shirt success

    Sell out: ELK the Label shares Australian Cotton t-shirt success

    Melbourne-based ELK the Label has sold out of its Mostro t-shirt, the first garment the brand has produced in Australian cotton.

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  • How south east Queensland’s poop became yield-boosting fertiliser

    How south east Queensland’s poop became yield-boosting fertiliser

    Spreading human effluent ‘biosolids’ across paddocks has significantly reduced the amount of synthetic fertiliser required for cotton farming brothers on the Darling Downs in Queensland.

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  • MyBMP Grower: Queensland farmer details benefits of adopting best management practices

    MyBMP Grower: Queensland farmer details benefits of adopting best management practices

    Sustainable cotton grown in the Dawson Valley is guaranteeing a future for the French family - and the environment.

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  • Cotton industry appoints independent expert to reassess environmental performance

    Cotton industry appoints independent expert to reassess environmental performance

    The Australian cotton industry has commissioned an independent expert to conduct an in-depth assessment of its environmental performance.

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  • Free Webinar: Every Drop Counts now available for viewing

    Free Webinar: Every Drop Counts now available for viewing

    The second webinar “Every Drop Counts” in Cotton Australia’s series There’s Nothing Conventional About Cotton took a deep dive into water use in the cotton industry.

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  • Vegetable growers add cotton to summer crop rotation

    Vegetable growers add cotton to summer crop rotation

    A trial cotton crop alongside an established Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program will potentially have multiple benefits for new growers Andrew and Raneece Lerch (pictured with her dog Hank).

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  • Cotton tampon entrepreneur launches natural feminine hygiene product

    Cotton tampon entrepreneur launches natural feminine hygiene product

    Brisbane-based Down Under Cotton has become the first brand to carry the Australian cotton mark on a feminine hygiene product.

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  • Summer rain arrival too late for drought declared cotton farmer

    Summer rain arrival too late for drought declared cotton farmer

    In mid-October, when Cotton Australia’s Cotton to Market team visited Luke Hampton at his farm in Emerald, Queensland, there were no water allocations.

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  • Brands, Retailers Help Set Direction for Australian Cotton Future Sustainability Work

    Brands, Retailers Help Set Direction for Australian Cotton Future Sustainability Work

    Brands, retailers, not-for-profit organisations, government and farmers all play an integral role in the success of the Australian cotton industry’s sustainability framework – Planet. People. Paddock.

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  • Water, soil testing enhances environmental sustainability for Central Queensland farm

    Water, soil testing enhances environmental sustainability for Central Queensland farm

    Ongoing soil and water testing at a cotton farm in central Queensland is not only improving productivity, but it’s also ensuring the environment is cared for.

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  • Fill your stockings with Australian Cotton this Christmas

    Fill your stockings with Australian Cotton this Christmas

    Cotton Australia continues to develop strong partnerships with brands and retailers in Australia and overseas that share the industry's values of quality, sustainability and traceability.

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  • Webinar Two: Everything you need to know about water in the cotton industry

    Webinar Two: Everything you need to know about water in the cotton industry

    Water is complex, emotional and challenging – but it’s also a vitally important factor in growing quality Australian cotton.

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  • Best in Field: Environmental scientist Stacey Vogel discusses farm Biodiversity

    Best in Field: Environmental scientist Stacey Vogel discusses farm Biodiversity

    One farmer planting a few trees won’t have a huge impact on improving biodiversity – but when a fashion brand, a not-for-profit group and an environmental scientist join the team, everything changes.

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  • Blockchain app showcases hands involved in Aussie cotton garment creation for European fashion

    Blockchain app showcases hands involved in Aussie cotton garment creation for European fashion

    Traceability and technology have combined to put Australian cotton farmers on the app – allowing consumers of a Swedish clothing brand to see exactly who created their cotton garment – from field to fabric.

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  • Cotton planting underway for new growers in the Lockyer Valley

    Cotton planting underway for new growers in the Lockyer Valley

    A small number of farmers in the Lockyer Valley and Somerset region have started planting cotton for the upcoming season, with weather conditions proving favourable this week.

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  • One Year On: Projects Have Improved Biodiversity in Australian Cotton Landscapes

    One Year On: Projects Have Improved Biodiversity in Australian Cotton Landscapes

    Over the last 12 months a unique partnership between Landcare Australia, Country Road and the cotton industry has resulted in 34 hectares of biodiversity improvements, including the planting of native species in the NSW Namoi Valley.

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  • Irrigators forgo harvesting water to improve positive environment outcomes

    Irrigators forgo harvesting water to improve positive environment outcomes

    New South Wales farmers are supporting government initiatives to protect and enhance the environment by cutting back the amount of water they harvest during flood events.

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  • The Seed that Packs A Punch Available for Viewing Now

    The Seed that Packs A Punch Available for Viewing Now

    A small seed loaded with technology is a game changer for the Australian cotton industry, as demand for sustainable raw materials continues to rise.

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  • SHORT VIDEO: Cotton farmer water allocations explained

    SHORT VIDEO: Cotton farmer water allocations explained

    We are proud to release this animated video that highlights water stewardship and the way this precious resource is governed.

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  • Register now: Webinar series to unpack cotton from seeding to loved garment

    Register now: Webinar series to unpack cotton from seeding to loved garment

    Register now for a new webinar series, There’s Nothing Conventional About Australian Cotton, launching this World Cotton Day with a session titled “The Seed that Packs a Punch”.

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  • World Cotton Day: a day to celebrate the world’s best natural fibre

    World Cotton Day: a day to celebrate the world’s best natural fibre

    On October 7 across the globe, millions of people - from farmers in the field to manufacturers and shoppers – will be celebrating World Cotton Day.

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  • Different name, same objective for Better Cotton program

    Different name, same objective for Better Cotton program

    The brand name farmers, manufacturers and consumers have come to love has changed – but the core focus remains stronger than ever – improving sustainability practices for farmers around the globe.

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  • Love thy Farmer - We Agree!

    Love thy Farmer - We Agree!

    Love thy Farmer is a rural fashion business set up by two local Wee Waa girls, Sarah Wilson and Melinda Palmer.

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  • Natural disasters, global pandemic creates demand for Australian-made clothing

    Natural disasters, global pandemic creates demand for Australian-made clothing

    Country Road’s latest men’s t-shirt is a great Aussie collaboration – using Australian grown cotton, manufactured here on home soil.

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  • How Darling Downs farmer uses new irrigation technique to save water, increase yield

    How Darling Downs farmer uses new irrigation technique to save water, increase yield

    Drip tape irrigation has not only saved water for Queensland cotton grower Howard Rother, but also increased his yield.

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  • What the bunch: Farmers find niche market for small business

    What the bunch: Farmers find niche market for small business

    Picking cotton by hand in Australia is far from the normal harvest conventions let alone the corporate world Jamie Rother and his fiance Caroline Azria (pictured above) imagined themselves in.

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  • Aussie Cotton Season kicks off in Central Queensland

    Aussie Cotton Season kicks off in Central Queensland

    One Billion people will be clothed by Australia’s expected bumper cotton crop this season, with planting underway in Central Queensland.

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  • Central Highlands fields to shine on global fashion stage

    Central Highlands fields to shine on global fashion stage

    All eyes will be on Australia’s cotton industry when a film highlighting farm to fabric premiers at the London Fashion Film Festival.

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  • Cotton Australia Supports Ethical Clothing Australia Week

    Cotton Australia Supports Ethical Clothing Australia Week

    During Ethical Clothing Australia Week this week, Cotton Australia is getting behind the work of an important organisation that’s protecting garment workers’ rights in Australia.

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  • Second Cotton Biodiversity Project Site Launched, with Country Road and Landcare Partnership

    Second Cotton Biodiversity Project Site Launched, with Country Road and Landcare Partnership

    The Watson family near Boggabilla NSW has long been credited for its incredible biodiversity work, led by award winning landcarer, Robyn (pictured centre with CottonInfo's Stacey Vogel and Cotton Australia's Alec McIntosh).

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  • World Water Week Video from the Better Cotton Initiative

    World Water Week Video from the Better Cotton Initiative

    Cotton Australia CEO Adam Kay and Queensland cotton grower Howard Rother share stories of water use efficiency in the Australian industry on this World Water Week video for the Better Cotton Initiative.

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  • Country Road Homewares Made From Aussie Cotton Fly Off the Shelves

    Country Road Homewares Made From Aussie Cotton Fly Off the Shelves

    So popular has been a new range of Australian cotton homewares from Country Road that some products have sold out just weeks after launch.

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  • Willow and Claude Film That Follows Cotton Journey Launched

    Willow and Claude Film That Follows Cotton Journey Launched

    A unique partnership between vegan fashion designer Emma Hakkansson, Cotton Australia and cotton farmer Renee Anderson this week culminated in the launch of a film that followed the journey of cotton from farm to finished product.

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  • Tree Planting Continues On Kahl’s Farm as Part of the Country Road, Landcare Australia and Cotton Industry Biodiversity Project

    Tree Planting Continues On Kahl’s Farm as Part of the Country Road, Landcare Australia and Cotton Industry Biodiversity Project

    A second round of revegetation has been completed as part of the Country Road/Landcare Australia Biodiversity project, funded by the sale of 100% Australian cotton heritage sweats.

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  • ELK The Label Launches Aussie Cotton Tee

    ELK The Label Launches Aussie Cotton Tee

    Ethical Australian fashion brand, ELK the Label has launched its first Australian cotton product, a printed tee, with plans to switch more proudcts in future.

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  • Cotton Australia Joins Textile Waste Round Table

    Cotton Australia Joins Textile Waste Round Table

    Cotton Australia recently participated in a textile waste round table at Parliament House in Canberra, hosted by Federal Environment Minister Susan Ley.

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  • Cotton Australia Joins Global Organisation Promoting Sustainable Fibres

    Cotton Australia Joins Global Organisation Promoting Sustainable Fibres

    Cotton Australia has become a member of Textile Exchange, a global not-for-profit organisation that coordinates a network of brands, retailers and other organisations working towards sustainable fashion and textiles.

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  • Ground Breaking Trial Returning Cotton Textile Waste to Cotton Fields Launched in Goondiwindi, Queensland

    Ground Breaking Trial Returning Cotton Textile Waste to Cotton Fields Launched in Goondiwindi, Queensland

    A cotton farm just outside the rural town of Goondiwindi Queensland is the site of a ground breaking trial to test whether shredded cotton products could offer benefits to cotton soil health, and a scalable solution to textile waste.

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  • Cotton Australia Predicts Bigger Crop Ahead of Harvest

    Cotton Australia Predicts Bigger Crop Ahead of Harvest

    With the 2021 Australian cotton harvest underway, Cotton Australia is estimating a total crop of 2.6 million bales this year, valued at over $1.7 billion. While still falling short of an average year, this is a vast improvement on last year's crop of just 600,000 bales which was the smallest harvested in over 40 years.

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  • List Your Business on the AFC Directory

    List Your Business on the AFC Directory

    Recent global uncertainty coupled with industry consultation has amplified the need for greater collaboration and connectivity.

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  • Trenery Launches Australian Cotton Sweat Range

    Trenery Launches Australian Cotton Sweat Range

    A trusted destination for timeless style and quality fabrications, fashion brand Trenery has launched its first product made from Australian cotton – the Trenery Logo Sweat, in a range of seasonal shades.

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  • Rodd and Gunn Launches Australian Cotton

    Rodd and Gunn Launches Australian Cotton

    Menswear brand Rodd and Gunn has launched its first range of high quality, Australian cotton polos and tees with strong sales and positive customer feedback.

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  • Australian Cotton Industry Supports Project to Protect Biodiversity in Australia’s Cotton Landscapes

    Australian Cotton Industry Supports Project to Protect Biodiversity in Australia’s Cotton Landscapes

    Cotton Australia and the Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CRDC) are supporting a partnership between iconic Australian brands Country Road and Landcare Australia to improve biodiversity on cotton farms in the Namoi Valley of NSW.

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  • Kmart Launches Campaign to Promote Sustainably Sourced Cotton

    Kmart Launches Campaign to Promote Sustainably Sourced Cotton

    Kmart Australia has launched a campaign to promote its use of sustainable cotton including Better Cotton, organic and recycled.

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  • Aussie Farmers Show Us The Uses of Cotton

    Aussie Farmers Show Us The Uses of Cotton

    To celebrate Science Week, Cotton Australia and a number of family farmers have put together a video showcasing all of the things that can be made from cotton, some of which you may not have seen before.

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  • World Cotton Day Photo Comp

    World Cotton Day Photo Comp

    World Cotton Day is coming up on October 7th, 2020 and to celebrate, Cotton Australia is giving you the chance to win some great prizes.

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  • Local Cotton Farmers Share Weather Data to Protect Crops and the Environment

    Local Cotton Farmers Share Weather Data to Protect Crops and the Environment

    Cotton growers in the Upper Namoi Valley of NSW are making weather data collected on 13 cotton farms publicly available to help protect local environmental systems, wildlife, bees, crops and livestock.

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  • Impact of COVID on the Global Cotton Industry

    Impact of COVID on the Global Cotton Industry

    Although a fast-moving issue that continues to change daily, the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) has put together a special issue of the ICAC Recorder publication, with articles providing comprehensive coverage on the global impact of COVID-19 on the cotton sector.

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  • Better Cotton Country Report - Australia

    Better Cotton Country Report - Australia

    The Better Cotton Initiative, of which Cotton Australia is a member, has released its 2019 Annual Report including snapshot summaries from each Better Cotton producing country including Australia. These explore the successes, challenges and key changes that happened in the 2018-19 cotton season.

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  • Breakthrough for Australian Researchers Working To Grow “future” Cotton

    Breakthrough for Australian Researchers Working To Grow “future” Cotton

    CSIRO cotton scientists in Canberra have made a breakthrough in their project to develop strains of cotton that have new properties grown inside the plant itself.

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  • Cotton Wreaths Made from Aussie Cotton

    Cotton Wreaths Made from Aussie Cotton

    NSW rural small business, The Doors of Berry, is hand making cotton wreaths from Australian cotton kindly donated by ProClass in Goondiwindi.

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  • Australian Cotton Industry Releases Second Sustainability Report

    Australian Cotton Industry Releases Second Sustainability Report

    The Australian cotton industry’s second five-year Sustainability Report released today has revealed producing a bale of cotton now takes 48% less water, 34% less land, and 97% less insecticides than in 1992.

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  • Does It Take 20,000 Litres to Grow a T-Shirt? Not in Australian cotton.

    Does It Take 20,000 Litres to Grow a T-Shirt? Not in Australian cotton.

    The statement that “it takes 20,000 litres of water to grow the cotton for a t-shirt” (and its many variations) has been published and republished by a multitude of organisations across the globe over many years.

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  • According to iconic Australian brand Country Road, "There’s something special about Australian cotton.

    According to iconic Australian brand Country Road, "There’s something special about Australian cotton.

    According to iconic Australian brand Country Road, "There’s something special about Australian cotton. Perhaps it’s that Australian cotton farmers are pioneers of their industry, using some of the most innovative technologies available worldwide.

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  • Politix Launches First Australian Cotton Product

    Politix Launches First Australian Cotton Product

    Menswear brand Politix has just launched its first product in 100% Australian cotton, a mens slim fit business shirt in two colours.

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  • CB Clothing Tops Sales of Aussie Cotton

    CB Clothing Tops Sales of Aussie Cotton

    Melbourne based clothing wholesaler CB Clothing Company is selling over 100,000 Australian cotton products a month, with plans to further expand the business globally.

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  • Vegan Cotton Project Underway

    Vegan Cotton Project Underway

    An unlikely partnership between Cotton Australia and vegan fashion activist and model Emma Håkansson, founder of Willow Creative Co, has seen the aspiring film maker travel to Emerald earlier this month to tell the story of a sustainable, plant-based garment that will be documented right through the manufacturing process.

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  • BCI Climate Change Series Features Australian Cotton

    BCI Climate Change Series Features Australian Cotton

    Climate change is a real and pressing challenge for cotton farmers worldwide, from the large, mechanised farms of Australia to the millions of smallholders in countries including India, China and Madagascar. Extreme or irregular weather,

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  • World Cotton Day:  7 October 2019

    World Cotton Day: 7 October 2019

    On 7 October 2019, the global cotton community will turn its eyes to Geneva for the official launch of World Cotton Day, a high-level strategic meeting for senior government officials, cotton and textile industry professionals, national and international organisations, and private sector business executives.

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  • Brisbane to Host International Cotton Advisory Committee Meeting

    Brisbane to Host International Cotton Advisory Committee Meeting

    Proudly hosted by the Australian Government and the Australian cotton industry, the event will bring together ICAC Members from about 30 countries to meet Australian cotton growers, ginners, shippers, marketers, analysts, brokers, policy makers, textile manufacturers, agricultural suppliers, and investment bankers.

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  • Once Upon A Try Google Launch Includes Australian Cotton Innovations

    Once Upon A Try Google Launch Includes Australian Cotton Innovations

    Google Arts & Culture has launched Once Upon a Try - the largest online exhibition about inventions and discoveries ever curated. Collections, stories and knowledge from more than 110 renowned institutions across 23 countries, including Cotton Australia, are brought together, highlighting millennia of major breakthroughs and the great minds behind them.

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  • Cotton Australia Represented at Asia-Pacific Sustainable Fashion Round Table

    Cotton Australia Represented at Asia-Pacific Sustainable Fashion Round Table

    Cotton Australia’s Brooke Summers joined a group of fashion and manufacturing industry representatives from Australia and Hong Kong in a round table discussion about sustainable fashion and the circular economy held in Melbourne in June.

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