Cotton prices should firm in the medium term on the back of a post-COVID-19 increase in demand, but synthetics will take market share.
Limited water on the Central Highlands has pushed cotton growers to find alternative farming practices.
Developers are turning to ag-tech solutions to help mitigate silverleaf whitefly damage in cotton crops.
A valuable research breakthrough from Macquarie Uni may lead to more heat tolerant cotton varieties.
Cotton farmers are relying on limited store water supplies they were allocated back in March to irrigate their crops in Emerald.
A cotton gin for the Northern Territory is closer to reality, thanks to the formation of a private consortium of growers from Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
A new crop modelling tool is set to give cotton growers a more accurate feel for what is out there in their paddocks.
A cotton disease common in South America has made its way to North America and has authorities concerned it could become a pandemic.
In classrooms across Australia, the tools being used to teach our children differs significantly from the methods of decades ago.
The drought did not stop the Cotton RDC, which oversaw $20 million in research and development investments over the past financial year.