Growing raingrown (dryland) cotton has become easier in recent times due to major improvements in the farming system.

This booklet, brought to you by a collective of cotton organisations - including CottonInfo, Cotton Australia, Cotton Seed Distributors, CRDC, AgriRisk, Crop Consultants Australia, CGS and Monsanto - outlines the key information growers need to know when considering raingrown as a rotational crop: from benefits and returns to marketing, row spacing, and insect and weed control.

The booklet also features case studies on raingrown cotton growers, so you can 'look over the fence' at other raingrown cotton farms.