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Virtual Farm Tour

In the videos and Q&A sessions below, we are happy to take you on a tour that highlights how cotton is grown and produced in the U.S. First, hear directly from U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol producer John Lindamood about how he cares for his cotton from planting through harvest.

The U.S. Cotton Virtual Farm Tour
1/10 videos
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Introduction to the U.S. Cotton Virtual Farm Tour
Introduction to the U.S. Cotton Virtual Farm Tour
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Seeding
Seeding
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Cotton Planting
Cotton Planting
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Biodiversity
Biodiversity
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Caring for Cotton Plants
Caring for Cotton Plants
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Technology and Machinery
Technology and Machinery
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Harvesting
Harvesting
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The Business of Cotton
The Business of Cotton
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Bogue Chitto Gin
Bogue Chitto Gin
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The Classing Office
The Classing Office

Q&A Videos

Q&A Day 2 Session 1

The session includes a Q&A with the following people: Matt Coley is a fourth generation cotton grower and owner of a gin. Byron Cole works for AMS, Cotton Division, of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Lori Duncan is an agricultural and sustainability specialist at the University of Tennessee. Andrew Jordan is a consultant in developing agricultural research policy and priorities and a key creator of the Grower Questionnaire. Mead Hardwick is a cotton grower in Louisiana. Nick McMichen is a cotton grower in Alabama.

Q&A Day 2 Session 2

The session includes a Q&A with the following people: John Lindamood is a cotton grower in Tennessee. Byron Cole works for AMS, Cotton Division, of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Lori Duncan is an agricultural and sustainability specialist at the University of Tennessee. Andrew Jordan is a consultant in developing agricultural research policy and priorities and a key creator of the Grower Questionnaire. Barry Evans is a cotton grower from Texas.

Q&A Day 1 Session 2

The session includes a Q&A with the following people: John Lindamood is a cotton grower in Tennessee. Barry Evans is a cotton grower from Texas. Garry Bell comes from Gildan Activewear and is working with the Trust Protocol as a consultant. Andrew Jordan is a consultant in developing agricultural research policy and priorities and a key creator of the Grower Questionnaire. Robert Demianew, Diana Perez and Jose Francisco Lopez are from Control Union Certifications.