Cotton promotion is looking up speakers tell growers
A BLAST FROM THE PAST
“Cotton is up against tough competition from the producers of man made fibers but is fighting back hard with a 13 million program of research and promotion.”
“ We have come a long way and are already getting results” John W Nigliazzo of Hearne declared in key noting a meeting of Area Cotton Industry leaders June 30, 1969 in the Ramada Inn of College Station to review the research and promotion activity of the cotton producers institute national cotton council. The meeting had been called by Nigliazzo as alternate producer delegate of the National Cotton Council.
Carlton Power director of the council’s field service and two staff members Earl Younts of Lubbock and Macon Edwards of Memphis outlined the CPI-ENCC program. The council provides staff and facilities for developing and coordinating projects under the dollar a bail effort financed by growers.
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