Cotton Production Turns Corner, Rise Expected

From the early ‘90s to mid-decade, national cotton production was running full bore, jumping more than 11 percent. That pattern stopped in 2006, said Darren Hudson, lead author of the new analysis and director of Texas Tech’s Cotton Economics Research Institute in Lubbock.

From the early ‘90s to mid-decade, national cotton production was running full bore, jumping more than 11 percent. That pattern stopped in 2006, said Darren Hudson, lead author of the new analysis and director of Texas Tech’s Cotton Economics Research Institute in Lubbock.

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