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CRDC Annual Report 2015-16

November, 2016

The three cornerstones of CRDC are investment, innovation and impact. Our role is to invest in targeted and strategic research that delivers real benefits to Australian cotton growers and the wider industry, and that underpins a strong, profitable, sustainable and competitive future for cotton. 

That is why, in 2015-16, CRDC invested $21 million into 290 RD&E projects in collaboration with 92 research partners and growers who conducted on-farm trials, across five key program areas: farmers, industry, customers, people and performance.

In this, the CRDC Annual Report for 2015-16, we outline the investment we have made in these projects on behalf of growers and the government, along with the resulting innovations and impacts.

Take these, for example: the world's first facility into cotton climate change research, which will help cotton growers prepare for future climate variability; the industry's first resilience assessment, which will help the industry adapt to change; and the industry's first workforce development strategy, which will help growers attract, retain and develop their staff—but three of CRDC's investments in 2015-16.

These, and the many other investments and achievements for CRDC during this year, are outlined in the Report - both the full version, and the grower summary version.










The full report is available to download in three different file formats:


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Previous editions of this publication can be found online at Inside Cotton, CRDC's electronic library.