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Title: Weaving a future for Australia's cotton, catchments and communities
Authors: Armytage, Philip
Fitt, Gary
Anthony, David
Constable, Greg
Trindall, Jane
Jones, Paula
Cunningham, Yvette
Gregg, Peter
Wilson, Lewis
Harris, Graham
Yeates, Stephen
Grundy, Paul
Taylor, Ian
Wigginton, David
Gibb, Dallas
Keywords: Research
Cotton CRC
Issue Date: 26-Jun-2012
Publisher: Cotton Catchment Communities CRC
Citation: Cotton Catchment communities CRC web site
Abstract: The Australian cotton industry has encountered both record droughts and significant flooding since 2005,impacting on its production and profitability. Despite these hurdles, we have achieved our goal of adding $1 billion to the cotton industry through the activities of this CRC. While valuing social and environmental benefits can be challenging, the gains we have made in these areas, added to the production benefits in areas such as water, Integrated Pest Management and processing, are substantial and have far exceeded what we set out to do.
Description: Final exit Document of the Cotton Catchment Communities CRC detailing achievements
ISBN: 978-0-9872308-2-9
Appears in Collections:Cotton Catchment Communities CRC Annual Reports 2005-2012

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