Today's Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Harrison Ashley, Vice Presidet of Ginner Services for the National Cotton Council.
Suggested Introduction 1:
The National Cotton Council is urging ginners to help in an industry wide contamination prevention effort at their gins. The council is also urging farmers to increase inspection for potential seed cotton contaminants. Harrison Ashley, Vice President of Ginner Services for the National Cotton Council, provides details of the education program.
Suggested Introduction 2:
The Council recently sent an email bulletin to more than 600 gins and ginner interest organizations in the U.S. to reinforce the need to prevent contamination.
Suggested Introduction 3:
The National Cotton Ginners Association is also playing a role in helping with the education program.