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US cotton harvest progress, November 15

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Agrimoney crunches weekly USDA cotton harvest progress data for the week to Sunday.

 

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US cotton harvest progress, November 15
Harvest completed
Change on week
Change on year
Difference from 5-year average
Alabama 71% +14 -13 -6
Arizona 61% +12 +3 +3
Arkansas 95% +6 +1 -1
California 60% +10 -1 -14
Georgia 61% +9 -17 -9
Kansas 42% +11 +3 +5
Louisiana 97% +2 0 -1
Mississippi 91% +6 +3 -2
Missouri 78% +15 -4 -13
North Carolina 59% +8 -22 -16
Oklahoma 54% +12 -3 0
South Carolina 59% +13 -25 -8
Tennessee 78% +14 +1 -4
Texas 68% +6 +14 +16
Virginia 40% +5 -46 -42
National reading 69% +8 +3 +5

 

 

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