This week’s Cotton Newsline is three cuts. All cuts are Coalter Paxton, North Carolina warehouseman and chairman of the National Cotton Council’s Phytosanitary Accreditation Protocol Task Force.
Suggested introduction cut one:
The National Cotton Council’s Phytosanitary Accreditation Protocol Task Force is working with USDA-APHIS to assist in an initiative to harmonize the phytosanitary certificate and accreditation process, explains Coalter Paxton, committee chairman and North Carolina warehouseman.
Suggested introduction cut two:
Phytosanitary certificates are required by most U.S. cotton importing-countries.
Suggested introduction for cut three:
With export markets for U.S. cotton continuing to grow, efficiency with the phytosanitary certification process is very important.