Good and bad in cotton this year

October 2011
California Farmer;Oct2011, Vol. 294 Issue 10, p36
The article offers information on the U.S. cotton industry happenings in 2011. It reports on the possible shortfall of cotton in Texas, the biggest cotton production state in the U.S. It states out of the seven million acres of cotton planted by the growers, four million were abandoned due to the drought. However in Virginia, growers were fortunate as they received timely rains after the drought. INSET: Key Points.


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