Cotton crop could drop to 15.4 million bales

Robinson, Elton
August 2011
Southwest Farm Press;8/4/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 16, p16
Trade Publication
Information about the Cotton Roundtable held in July 2011 in New York City is presented. A panel of cotton experts predicted that the 2011 U.S. cotton crop will increase as high as 15.7 million bales. Texas A&M University's Extension professor emeritus Carl Anderson asserted that there will be a bleak outlook for the cotton crop. Mississippi State University's professor emeritus O. A. Cleveland expected an estimated 4.3 million bales of crop to be produced by the Southeast cotton growing region.


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