Today's Cotton Newsline is 4 cuts. All cuts are John Robinson, Agricultural Economist with Texas A&M University.
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Choosing the right cotton variety can make or break your crop year, and many producers are taking a closer look at growing conventional cotton this year. John Robinson, an agricultural economist with Texas A&M University, shares his findings on the economics of conventional cotton production.
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There are many variables to consider when making the decision to shift to conventional cotton.
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Labor costs in conventional verses transgenic cotton production are also important factors to consider.
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Robinson notes that at the end of the day, choosing the right variety is still one of the most important economic decisions you will make.