Stage set for profitable peanut crop

Lamb, Marshall
February 2004
Southeast Farm Press;2/18/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
Presents several assumptions on the profitability of peanut crops. Importance of analyzing peanut crop profitability; Illustration on how to compute the profitability of peanuts and cotton crops; Scenarios which aim to help a farmer decide on the amount of peanuts and cotton to plant.


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