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Evaulating Crop and Revenue Insurance Products as Risk Managment Tools forr Texas Cotton Producers
(Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 2003-04)
This paper develops and illustrates the application of a procedure to evaluate and compare the cost effectiveness of alternative crop insurance products for cotton in terms of their effect on expected producer net returns ...
Profitability of Short Season Cotton Genotyoes in the High Plains of Texas
(Agriculture Consortium of Texas, 2002)
The short growing season, dry climate, and limited precipitation reduce the yield and quality of cotton grown on the High Plains of Texas. As irrigation water levels decline in the southern counties of the High Plains of ...
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 ...
Cost Comparison of Alternative Stripper and Picker Cotton Harveting Systems
(American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 2001)
Abstract. This study provides cost estimates of alternative cotton harvesting methods, including four-, six-, eight-, and two individual four-row strippers and equipment combinations without and with bur extractors and ...
Regional Profitability Analysis of Cotton Production in Texas
(National Cotton Council of America, 1988)
Shut-down and break-even points were estimated for cotton production in six Texas subregions. These points were then compared to selected target and market price level. to analyze projected profitability and implications ...