Cotton could be considered two crops: fiber and seed. CottonseedOil.org dives into the facts and versatile uses of cottonseed oil including cooking, cosmetics and horticulture oils.
CottonWorks™ is the premier online resource for industry professionals and emerging professionals. Our tools provide a wide range of information about cotton and its uses to those in the textile industry.
Cotton Today is a one-stop destination for information on cotton’s sustainability. It presents credible data on the current state of cotton’s environmental impact and chronicles research and other activities aimed to build on gains the industry has already achieved.
For more than 20 years, Cotton Incorporated’s Lifestyle Monitor™ survey has been a finger on the pulse of consumer attitudes and behaviors. This site aggregates reports and marketing analyses to provide insights into what consumers want, how they think about apparel and home textiles, and how they shop.
A one-stop destination for cotton resources. Here you’ll find up-to-date, region-specific information from our extensive Cotton Incorporated research library, universities and other top sources.
Discover how cotton is the fabric of your life. Watch as we explore the stories behind the garments people love, shop our curated cotton collections, learn how to care for your cotton apparel and home goods, and much more.
The Blue Jeans Go Green™ program collects denim to divert it from landfills and partners with Bonded Logic, Inc. to recycle it into UltraTouch™ Denim Insulation. Each year, a portion of insulation is distributed to help with building efforts across the country.
Wholecottonseed.com provides livestock producers with valuable cottonseed information, and connects buyers and sellers of cottonseed for quick information and fair bids to purchase available cottonseed.
For over a decade the Regional Breeders Testing Network (RBTN) has served as a multi-environment trial (MET) conducted each year on conventional germplasm lines.