Leading Indicators of Regional Cotton Acreage Response: Structural and Time Series Modeling Results
Jack E. Houston,
Paul A. Stavriotis and
Steve C. Turner
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1999, vol. 31, issue 3, 507-517
Resurgent cotton production compels better acreage forecasts for planning seed, chemical, and other input requirements. Structural models describe leading acreage response indicators, and forecasts are compared to time-series models. Cotton price, loan rate, deficiency payments, lagged corn acreage, the PIK program, and previous cotton yield significantly influence cotton acreage response.
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Journal Article: LEADING INDICATORS OF REGIONAL COTTON ACREAGE RESPONSE: STRUCTURAL AND TIME SERIES MODELING RESULTS (1999)
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