Aggregate production adjustments to alternative cotton prices in New Mexico, 1970
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Aggregate production adjustments to alternative cotton prices in New Mexico, 1970 by Marvin O. Sartin

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Published by New Mexico State University in Las Cruces] .
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  • New Mexico.

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  • Cotton trade -- New Mexico.,
  • Cotton -- Prices -- New Mexico.

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Edition Notes

Statement[by Marvin O. Sartin and Marlin L. Hanson.
SeriesNew Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station bulletin 568, Bulletin (New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 568.
ContributionsHanson, Marlin L., joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9077.N4 S25
The Physical Object
Pagination47 p.
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5021086M
LC Control Number76636091

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