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Abstract or Summary
The International Cotton Advisory Committee decided at the 69th Plenary Meeting held in Lubbock, TX, USA in September 2010 to constitute a Round Table on Biotechnology in Cotton.’ Although only 11 countries had commercialized biotech cotton at that time, it was decided that all member countries of the ICAC could participate in the Round Table. The objectives of the Round Table were to facilitate sharing of experiences on commercial production, marketing and regulation of biotech cotton.
Report of the Round Table for Biotechnology in Cotton (held on an external server, and so may require additional authentication details)
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