Vision 21 seeks to examine cotton fabric life cycle

Smith, Ron
February 2011
Southwest Farm Press;2/3/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Information discussed at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences which was attended by several cotton producers in Atlanta, Georgia is presented. The event highlights the deliberation on the progress, as well as the ongoing development of Vision 21, a Cotton Foundation Project by representatives among top organizations which handle the scheme including the National Cotton council and Cotton Incorporated. Topics include the logistics of U.S. cotton production and demand from Asian customers.


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