Industry in period of rapid change

Jost, Phil
April 2005
Southeast Farm Press;4/20/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues related to cotton production. In addition to yield, it has also become important for producers to consider fiber quality issues. The U.S. must sell the majority of their cotton crop to another country in a competitive market. As a result, for the cotton industry is to remain viable the quality must continue to improve.


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