High Plains cotton crop promising

Smith, Ron
September 2010
Southwest Farm Press;9/16/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 18, p1
Trade Publication
The article provides an overview on the High Plains cotton tour conducted by National Cotton Council regional representative Rick King in Texas. The tour was in conjunction with the American Cotton Producers/Cotton Board Joint Summer meeting. It mentions that participants toured an oil mill, warehouse, and gin as well as two cotton farms. Several comments from farmers including Paul Kitchen, Dough Wuensche and Barry Evans are presented.


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