Longer staple key to cotton exports

Robinson, Elton
February 2004
Southeast Farm Press;2/18/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p35
Trade Publication
Focuses on the recommendations given by Robert Antoshak, president of Globecot firm based in Nasville, Tennessee, on how to strengthen the cotton exports of the U.S., during the 2004 Beltwide Cotton Conferences in San Antonio, California. Need for the U.S. cotton industry to improve staple length and quality and educate foreign spinners about U.S. fiber; State of the cotton industry as of February 18, 2004 according to Antoshak; Biggest concerns about U.S. cotton according to a survey conducted by Globecot.


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