Cotton acres could be up 9.5%

Laws, Forrest
February 2004
Southeast Farm Press;2/11/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p27
Trade Publication
Presents the results of the 21st annual Early Season Planting Intentions Survey of the National Cotton Council (NCC). Number of acres intended to be planted with cotton in Spring 2004; Potential number of bales of U.S. crop to be produced; Comment from Gary Adams, NCC vice president of economics and policy analysis; Regions that showed the largest increase in upland cotton plantings.


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