Cotton Industry Sends Reminders to Gins to Avoid Contamination

With harvest mostly complete and the ginning season underway, the National Cotton Council (NCC) is pushing to remind ginners to be extra vigilant in avoiding lint contamination in the ginning process. One of the foremost priorities of the NCC is the continued delivery of contamination free cotton to U.S. cotton customers in the global marketplace. The NCC urges producers, ginners, and other industry members to strive for “zero tolerance” when it comes to seed cotton and lint contamination.

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