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Published on Tuesday, 04 November 2014

Report: cotton under pressure from all sides

Written by John Mowbray

WAKEFIELD – Growing competition for land, rising input costs, water scarcity and issues over pesticide-use are just few of the reasons why farmers may be tempted away from cotton in future years according to a definitive new report on the sustainable cotton market. Cotton Horizons is written by Simon Ferrigno whose time spent on the ground investigating sustainable cotton programmes in Asia, Africa and other growing regions has provided him with a unique insight into the sustainable cotton industry.


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