The Texas Rice Belt to face competition for acres


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The Texas Rice Belt is expected to face some stiff competition for acres in 2011, particularly from crops like cotton where prices have been on the upswing. But a relatively small increase in input costs and good water availability could help keep rice acres stable, especially on land that is more suited for that crop. Texas A&M’s Larry Falconer discussed the outlook for Texas rice in this interview that followed his presentation at the USA Rice Outlook Conference.

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