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Water availability is one of the key factors for Australian cotton growers. This year’s (…)Read more
The International Cotton Conference is held every two years by the Fibre Institute Bremen and the Bremen Cotton Exchange. In the historic town hall of the Hanseatic city of Bremen, experts from all over the world traditionally meet to discuss the raw material cotton from cultivation to the textile product. The conference brings together the latest research results with their practical benefits. It provides information about responsible cotton cultivation, seed cultivation, biotechnological modification of seeds and their application. Innovative processes for the development of new cotton products of a textile architecture and equipment will be presented, as well as matters dealing with the trade and the shipment of cotton.