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AG-023: The Impact of the Cotton Industry in the Southern Ogallala Region
210550, 15; 222550, 85;
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Cotton production is a significant part of the agricultural sector in the Southern Ogallala Region. Annually, more than 22 percent of the cotton grown in the United States is produced in this region. This publication examines the cotton industry in terms of water use and its impact on the regional economy. Authors: Steve Amosson, Bridget Guerrero, Rebecca McCullough, John Robinson. Go to:
to order a free electronic download. (15 pp., 7 photos, 11 tables, 7 figures)
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