This fact sheet outlines CottonInfo - who we are, what we do, and how you can contact us.
Black root rot (BRR) occurs in all cotton growing regions however the regions that experience cooler planting temperatures show higher incidence and severity of the disease.
This fact sheet provides tips and information on cleaning and decontaminating spray equipment, especially ground rigs.
This document provides a template Biosecurity Management Plan for growers in broadacre industries.
Under state and territory legislation, biosecurity is a shared responsibility. This means that all farm visitors are responsible for managing biosecurity risks. This fact sheet outlines top tips to ensure biosecurity for researchers, extension officers and farm visitors.
A fact sheet outlining the steps to take to keep the spray on the weeds.
Contamination in cotton, even if it’s just a single foreign fibre, can lead to the downgrading of yarn, fabric, or garments, or even to the total rejection of an entire batch.
A handy checklist to help you identify if you've seen symptoms of reoccurring wilt.
Silverleaf Whitefly (SLW) is a major pest in cotton. It has the ability to contaminate cotton lint with honeydew, has a large host range, can rapidly reproduce and can develop resistance to many insecticides.
CottonInfo was formed in 2012, and 2018 marked the end of our first Strategic Plan. In this fact sheet, we discover the impact of CottonInfo during its first six years.
This fact sheet compares four different types of wilt - Fusarium wilt, Verticillium wilt, sudden wilt and reoccurring wilt - plus lightning strikes, so you can be aware of their various causes, symptoms and spread.
With the cotton industry expanding across Northern Australia, it is likely used cotton machinery and equipment may need to be moved across state and territory borders.