Wool needs to be an essential part of human existence.
Wool hopes hang on China policies and European consumers embracing the natural fibre as pandemic lockdown measures start to be wound-back.
"The only involvement AWI should have with WoolPoll is providing information," Kojonup woolgrower Steve McGuire said.
A major wool trader and topmaker says the industry needs a major overhaul to take advantage of coronavirus.
Low wool supplies and a small uptick in demand saw wool prices rise slightly last week for the first time in more than a month.
Tuesday's wool sales in Melbourne and Sydney showed signs of a price recovery with the EMI rising 11 cents a kilogram clean.