The spring edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, brings you the highlights from the 2018 Australian Cotton Conference and its program of quality industry, research and external speakers.

The winter edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, looks at the future of cotton innovation, with the launch of the new five-year CRDC Strategic RD&E Plan. 

The autumn edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, looks at important risk issues related to picking.

The summer edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, reports on the achievements of research and innovation, and takes a look at the future direction of cotton RD&E. This edition includes the outomes of recent assessments undertaken to measure the economic impact of research, which show hig

The spring edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, is a special IPM edition. This edition shines the spotlight on early season insect management and the benefits to growers of using integrated pest management principles.

The winter edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, tackles the ongoing threats posed by diseases and weeds. It investigates the partnership between growers, extension officers and pathologists, who are working together to make a breakthrough in the management of Verticillium wilt. 

The autumn edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, investigates the outcomes of CRDC-funded research helping Central Queensland growers overcome climate challenges.

The summer edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, shines a light on the triple threat of insects, diseases and weeds facing cotton growers, as a result of so much spring rain. This edition includes CRDC's latest pest research results, which highlight the need to practice sound Integrated Pes

The Spring edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, puts soil and nutrition under the microscope in the lead up to planting. We look at novel measures using satellite telemetry to measure nitrogen status in crops, and how long-term CRDC research is tracking changes in salinity in the south.

The winter edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, investigates the issue of big data and the evolution from precision ag to decision ag.

The autumn edition of CRDC's magazine, Spotlight, looks at the ground-breaking work CRDC is investing in with its research partners to develop ways to make cotton production more reliable and profitable. Like the new Climate Change Facility at the Australian Cotton Research Institute at

It has been 25 years since CRDC was formed. The organisation has grown from three staff members in its first year with Executive Director Ralph Shulze and two administrative assistants to today, a team of 14, led by Executive Director Bruce Finney and Chair Dr Mary Corbett.