Georgia cotton quality issue raised by manufacturer

Hollis, Paul
August 2005
Southeast Farm Press;8/3/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 19, p4
Trade Publication
Presents the author's views on issues related to quality of cotton grown in Georgia. Unwillingness of Frontier Spinning Mills Inc. to accept Georgia-grown cotton after 2005; Necessity for all segments of the agricultural industry to work together towards one ultimate goal; Difficulty for cotton grower in meeting the quality parameters being set by certain textile manufacturers.


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