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Research Project: Improving the Production and Processing of Western and Long-Staple Cotton and Companion Crops to Enhance Quality, Value, and Sustainability

Location: Cotton Ginning Research

Title: Update of cotton contamination research

item Whitelock, Derek
item Pelletier, Mathew
item Funk, Paul
item Wanjura, John
item Armijo, Carlos
item Holt, Gregory

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: 1/27/2021
Publication Date: 1/27/2021
Citation: Whitelock, D.P., Pelletier, M.G., Funk, P.A., Wanjura, J.D., Armijo, C.B., Holt, G.A. 2021. Update of cotton contamination research. Cotton Board California, Arizona, New Mexico Cotton State Program VMeeting. Presentation only.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: Currently, plastic contamination is the most important issue for the U.S. cotton industry. Cotton producers and ginners in California, Arizona, and New Mexico will hear information about the latest cotton contamination detection and removal research efforts and successes. This presentation summarizes the various projects and highlights the collaborative efforts of the scientists involved.