An Economic Study of the Sweet Potato Enterprise in the North Louisiana Upland Cotton Area in 1943
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COMPETITIVE POSITION or SWEET PoTAT0Es IN RELATION TO
FAcT0Rs AFFECTING SWEET PoTATo YIELns
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122 man hours 20 farms acre of sweet area studied average cost average yields BIENVILLE AND CLAIBORNE Bienville Parish bushels per acre cash crop cents per hour CLAIBORNE PARISHES classiﬁed corn crates cropland culls dehydrated direct cash costs direct cash expenses estimated expenses per acre farm storage houses farms studied ﬁelds FLAT BREAK Gibsland growers harvest horse hours horse labor Horse Man Horse hour of horse hours per acre important crops indirect and overhead labor requirements long'time average long'time normal Louisiana Agricultural Experiment LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY Louisiana Upland Cotton marketable potatoes North Louisiana Upland one'half producing sweet potatoes proﬁt proﬁtable region RELATIVE RETURNS Return per hour returns over cash returns per acre season Seed Shreveport soil sold green storage capacity sweet potato acreage sweet potato crop sweet potato enterprise sweet potato production Total tractor Upland Cotton Area workstock yield of sweet yield per acre