Acreage controls in California: Cotton growers' use of diverted acreage has direct and indirect effects on state's agricultural production pattern
Trimble R. Hedges, University of California
California Agriculture 9(10):3-15. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v009n10p3.
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Cotton acreage in California has dropped from 1.34 million acres in 1953 to 883 thousand acres in 1954—approximately 34%—with a further cut in 1955 to 56% of that in 1953.
Trimble R. Hedges is Professor of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis.