Cotton Production Prospects for the Decade to 2005: A Global by Hamdy M. Eisa, Shawki Barghouti, Fred Gillham, M. Tawhid

By Hamdy M. Eisa, Shawki Barghouti, Fred Gillham, M. Tawhid Al-Saffy

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Page 14 Cotton marketing in Uzbekistan is both for barter and cash, and "fragmented" and apparently not coordinated. There are three layers of government, presidential or executive, ministerial, and subministerial, involved in marketing.

Integrated pest management strategies will be needed to ensure sustainable cotton production systems that will provide satisfactory yields while mitigating adverse environmental impacts. The achievement of these objectives will be reflected in increased returns and improved cotton quality. This publication is a review of how these problems influence current cotton production technology, the technical and economic constraints to adoption of new technology, changes that can be expected in supply and demand during the next decade, their impact on prices and how cotton productivity and quality could be improved to ensure customer satisfaction and acceptable returns in the grower-to-market chain.

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