The Cotton Hub
The Cotton Hub here at UNE is the result of discussion between UNE and the Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CRDC).
The Cotton Hub at UNE will deliver cross disciplinary work on the issues affecting production of sustainable cotton now and over the coming decades. It will also facilitate the deployment of required expertise in response to situations that may arise and require immediate attention within the cotton industry.
UNE has expertise that is well regarded by the cotton industry. The Cotton Hub will act as a focus, where this expertise will come together to develop responses to both open and tender-based calls from the CRDC. The outcome will be to improve the cross disciplinary responses to the challenges of cotton production over the coming decades.
The Cotton Hub draws on expertise from researchers in agricultural law, agronomy and soil science, agricultural, business and resource economics, ecosystem management, law, and science and technology. Find out more about our researchers.
- Find all the latest industry news and information on Australian Cotton at CottonInfo.
- CottonInfo Events Calendar.
- Cotton Research and Development Corporation.
The Cotton Hub at UNE is still under development, but if you are interested in collaborating with UNE on issues relating to cotton production or have a question where our expertise might assist you then please get in touch.
Dr Oliver Knox
Agronomy and Soil Science
School of Environmental and Rural Science
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351
Phone: +61 2 6773 2946
Fax: +61 2 6773 3238
Cotton Hub News and EventsView all news
Challenges and truths in the cotton classroom
Published date: 07/03/2019
Study in a time of scarcity On a bright and sunny Sunday morning a small group of three students and myself left for Goondiwindi for the internal excursion into Cotton...
Cotton Scientists – hash tag sad face
Published date: 21/02/2019
# 🙁 There has been a lot of media chat about how bad cotton is lately as well as some less well read facts on how the industry actually performs....
Thelaviopsis basicola has a new name, Berkeleyomyces rouxiae, but that’s all.
Published date: 23/11/2018
‘What’s in a name?’ Shakespeare famously wrote those words and followed them with ‘That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet’. Well the pathogen,...
Are our beliefs more important than science when discussing GM safety?
Published date: 22/08/2018
First time in Rockhampton I spent Friday the 17th of August in the company of a lovely group of people who are members of Healthy Soils Inc. in Rockhampton. The...
The activity of soil microbes on cotton – what we learned from #soilyourundies
Published date: 14/05/2018
A bit of soil fun in the classroom Remember the old saying, ‘time flies when you’re having fun’? Well I don’t know if with assignments, lectures and intensives the Cotton...