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Telangana urges Centre to open 150 CCI centres
In view of the area under cotton increasing two-fold this year, the Telangana Government has urged the Centre to open 150 business centres of Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) to enable farmers sell their produce.
Farmers switch to cotton from soya
Encouraged by showers under monsoons, the farmers in the Kamareddy district in Telengana in India have pinned hopes on cotton crop with soya cultivated last year leaving them high and dry.
Bangla’s cotton import to touch 7.1 mn bales
Bangladesh's cotton import is expected to touch 7.1 million bales in 2017-18, further consolidating its position as the world's largest importer of the fibre, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.
No NOC for cotton seed firms!
Cotton seed companies will no longer require a no-objection certificate (NoC) from licence providers for developing new varieties based on the latter’s technology.
Bremen meet focuses on cotton quality
The eight-day training programme—Cotton Classing & Testing—that took place in Bremen, Germany from May 9-16, was delivered by industry experts from ICA Bremen, and the Bremen Fibre Institute (FIBRE).
Arvind FY17 net profit falls
Textile major Arvind Ltd has reported a 41 per cent decline in net profit for the year ended March from a year ago on the back of demonetisation and increase in cotton prices.
Indian cotton acreage to go up
The consistently high cotton prices in India in 2016-17, and which is still continuing in this financial year, will encourage Indian farmers to grow more this year.
Punjab sets target of 4 lakh ha under cotton
Farmers and agriculture experts in Punjab are expecting a major increase in the area under cotton cultivation this season. The Punjab Agriculture Department has set a target of 4 lakh hectares to be brought under cotton cultivation in eight districts of the Malwa belt.
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