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GUNNEDAH - A scheme which aims to divert waste textiles from landfill to improve soil health on cotton farms has been expanded in Australia.

Cotton farmers in both New South Wales and Queensland are now entering the second phase of trials which involves spreading waste cotton onto the soil.

Sam Coulton, a cotton farmer at Goondiwindi, Queensland, who hosted the first phase of the trial, is now being joined by a second farmer, Scott Morgan at Gunnedah in New South Wales, for the second phase.

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