Cotton crop bounces back from debacle

Elliott, Robert S.
September 1996
Inside Tucson Business;09/30/96, Vol. 6 Issue 27, p1
Reports that many cotton farmers in Arizona expect a high yield on their crop due to several factors. Advantage of good weather; Use of new insecticides; Decrease in number of acres devoted to cotton.


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