Domestic and international participants in the cotton and textile industry across the globe can now start planning for the 34th session of the Texas International Cotton School, which will be held at Texas Tech University and the FBRI.
The school provides hands-on instruction in cotton breeding, production, harvesting, ginning, classing, testing, processing, transporting, marketing, exporting and logistics.
Attendees are offered an integrated, vertical understanding of the U.S. cotton industry, with a Texas focus, and its interactions with the ever-changing cotton/textile sector.
More than 500 individuals, including merchants, textile workers, producers, government employees, and graduate students, from 54 countries have attended the Texas International Cotton School. Make plans to join top cotton, commodity, and textile experts for this two-week intensive course.
For more information and to register, visit
Presented by the Lubbock Cotton Exchange &
The Fiber & Biopolymer Research Institute of Texas Tech