This week’s Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Gary Adams, vice president of economics and policy analysis for the National Cotton Council.
Suggested Introduction 1:
In its September crop report, USDA estimated a 2009-10 US cotton crop of 13.44 million bales, up 230,000 bales from the August report. Vice-President of Economics and Policy Analysis for the National Cotton Council, Gary Adams, says that is 600,000 bales higher than the 2008 production.
Suggested Introduction 2:
Adams says the report estimates the southeast crop to be 3.3 million bales.
Suggested Introduction 3:
According to Adams, the overall crop and yield prospects look reasonably optimistic.