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The Australian Cotton Industry by Cranebrook High School

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  • 1. Cranebrook HighArchibull Prize 2012
  • 2. Photo courtesy of betancourtunlimited.blogspot.com
  • 3. I needed somuch, otherwise I wouldn’t germinate or grow
  • 4. So many plantsemerging too… all on the same road as me!
  • 5. To keep me going, my leaves healthy and roots strong
  • 6. Photo courtesy of the189.com He checks on us everyday… makes sure we are healthy and growing properly. He really cares!
  • 7. After the flowerit comes. Not so pretty butholding the most precious thing!
  • 8. Collects meup and takes me away.
  • 9. To be cleaned,separated and sent overseas
  • 10. Washed and cleaned. All the trash taken out.
  • 11. There are very minimal mills in Australia!
  • 12. Designers…dresses and shorts, skirts and shirts. Photo courtesy of asos marketplace
  • 13. Sketches of colour, mixing me with hats and shoes and all sorts of accessories. Photo courtesy of core77
  • 14. Photo courtesy of cotton on
  • 15. Tags are important in advertising and caring instructionsPhoto courtesy of lowimpactliving.com
  • 16. They call it marketing. So you buy me! Photo courtesy of stylecorp
  • 17. Not sosquished…they don’t want medamaged
  • 18. Photo courtesy of johnsonmatel.com
  • 19. Everyone can see me… my tag showing andpackaging bright
  • 20. Cotton can range from 60 cents to $1.20 per 500 grams of pure cottonPhoto courtesy of online.wsj.com
  • 21. Did you My tagknow the andmoney youbuy me colour,with also hardhas some workof me in it? andYes moneyis made of growthcotton! has worked
  • 22. Familiesof peopleusing me Photo courtesy of bryant.cgslu.com
  • 23. They’re not wasted.. they are used for oils and livestock feeds
  • 24. It’s ploughed backinto the soil to retain carbon and add organic matter… tohelp the next season of cotton!
  • 25. Cotton trash is high in nutrients, used for mulching, soils and gardening Photo courtesy of wandering-australia.com
  • 26. Photo courtesy of Dairy Youth Australai
  • 27. Cotton AustraliaCranebrook High – Archibull Prize 2012 Music by Dan-O at DanoSongs.com

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