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DuPont to release new insecticide technology at Cotton Conference
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Jul '08
Delegates attending the 2008 Australian Cotton Conference will see the release of new insecticide technology from DuPont, a major sponsor of this year's conference.

“The Cotton Conference represents an opportunity for growers, researchers and suppliers to meet and exchange views and ideas, as well as the opportunity to showcase the industry successes and future,” says Scott Campbell, Specialties Products Segment Leader, DuPont.

“Two of the key benefits of sponsoring and attending the conference are having the opportunity to share our new insecticide technology for 2008 and also meet with delegates.

“We will also be supporting attendees and their families again this year through the sponsorship of the crèche at the Cotton Conference.

“Conditions have not been the most favourable for the cotton industry over the past few years,” says Mr Campbell.

“No one will argue that the job for all of us is to make the absolute most of every opportunity now and in the future to maximize the returns from cotton in .

“DuPont has been supporting the Cotton Conference for many years, and looks forward to continuing this support in the future.”

DuPont serves Australian agricultural producers with a range of crop protection products for the grain and specialty crop sectors as well as forestry and vegetation management.

In , DuPont markets over 40 herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. These products play a major role in improving the livelihood and productivity of more than 120,000 Australian farmers, their communities and the wider population.

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