The Arizona Cotton Research and Protection Council (ACRPC) is an organization formally established by statute in 1984 to serve as a vehicle through which Arizona cotton growers could provide adequate funding for research and applied technology to address industry needs relating to pest control and crop production. ACRPC activities are funded through an annual assessment on each bale of cotton produced in Arizona.
To provide, maintain and monitor innovative technology and programs for the Arizona cotton industry.
The Arizona cotton industry will be provided sustainable programs and
technologies to eradicate, control and manage cotton pests.
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