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ISSUE DATE: 02/25/2008

Challenging times put a premium on research

Cotton acreage in the Missouri Bootheel is going down as the price of corn, soybeans and wheat go up. Cotton acreage in the United States could be down as much as 20 percent this year as more farmers switch acreage to grain crops.

Even though producers are responding to market signals by planting more grain crops, those who have made the investment in equipment to plant and harvest cotton will continue to grow cotton on a part of their tillable acres.


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