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Sturcture and Performance of the U.S. Cotton Shipping Industry
(National Cotton Council of America, 1989)
The purpose of this paper is to provide background for a panel discussion of the structure, conduct, and performance of the U.S. cotton merchant/shipper sector. Information on number and size concentration of firms and ...
Estimated Losses from Bark in Cotton Lint, Texas High Plains
(National Cotton Council of America, 1986)
The occurrence of bark in cotton across the U.S. belt is examined and the problem in the southwest, especially in the Texas High Plains, is documented. As a percentage of U.S. cotton reduced in grade due to bark, the ...
Cotton Yields in the Sub-Areas of the Southwest
(National Cotton Council of America, 1984)
Descriptions of cotton yields in the major sub-areas of the Southwest production region--High Plains, Rolling Plains, Lower Rip Grande, Coastal Bend, and Blackland-- are presented and trends and variation are examined. ...
Comparison of Cotton Production Costs in the U.S. with Costs in Competing Countries
(National Cotton Council of America, 1988)
The long-run competitiveness of the U.S cotton industry in the world market is probably affected by the industry's production costs relative to other countries costs more than any other factor. Estimated costs of production ...
A Model for Cotton Variety Selection with Yield and Quality Considerations
(National Cotton Council of America, 1983)
Researchers associated with development and testing of cotton varieties, as well as farmers themselves, are often unsure about the relative profitability of the various cotton varieties because the value of production is ...