The annual Cotton Pest Management Guide provides you with a comprehensive summary of the key cotton crop protection issues and is brought to you by the organisations responsible for cotton industry research, development and extension (RD&E): the Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CR

The 2023 Australian Cotton Production Manual is a critical reference tool for cotton growers.

This CottonInfo produced harvest preparation and defoliation guide will help you to better understand:

Revegetation to improve natural capital, ecosystem functions and services on cotton farms: 6 steps for success.

The 2022 Australian Cotton Production Manual is a critical reference tool for cotton growers.

The Australian Cotton Production Manual is published by CRDC and CottonInfo and is updated each year to incorporate the latest research and consistent improvements in industry best practice.

As traditional line-shaft pumps reach the end of their life, what are the options for irrigators? While line-shaft pumps may be more efficient per unit of energy, there are advantages of changing to submersible pumps.

A suite of Australian cotton industry gross margin budgets are available for the 2023-24 season.

This guide, produced by the CottonInfo team, summaries key information for cotton growers regarding cotton pricing and quality classifications. It is specificially designed to be a handy reference guide for growers, particularly those new to the Australian cotton industry. 

This study examines energy policy initiatives such as the Emissions Reduction Fund and Renewable Energy Target and how incentives can be applied to irrigated cotton production.

Energy is one of the fastest growing on-farm costs (electricity costs alone have increased by around 350 percent since 2000).

The Review of Centre Pivot and Lateral Move irrigation installations in the Australian Cotton Industry report is a NSW DPI publication, funded by CRDC, that analyses 173 centre pivot and lateral move irrigation systems irrigating an area of 13,969 hectares.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) involves using all means of managing pest populations with the aim of reducing insecticide use while maintaining profitability, yield and fibre quality.