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Prorated Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2011
Prorated Allocated Planting Costs of Sugarcane in 2011
This report presents estimates of prorated (unrecovered) planting costs for sugarcane in production for the 2011 crop year, including plant cane planted in 2010, first stubble planted in 2009, second stubble planted in 2008, and third stubble planted in 2007.
2011 Allocated Sugarcane Planting Costs
Allocation of Louisiana Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2011
This report presents estimates of the planting costs of sugarcane planted in 2011, as well as the allocation of those costs to plant cane and stubble cane crops, for sugarcane planted in 2010.
2011 Sugarcane Crop Cycle Length Evaluation Model
2011 Sugarcane Crop Cycle Length Evaluation Model
The 2011 Sugarcane Crop Cycle Length Evaluation Model, an Excel spreadsheet-based producer decision tool, was developed to assist sugarcane producers in evaluating the optimal crop cycle length for various tracts of sugarcane produced on farms in Louisiana. Costs and returns are compared for sugarcane crop cycles through harvest of second and third stubble sugarcane crops.
2011 Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model
2011 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model
The 2011 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model was developed as a farm planning decision tool for Louisiana sugarcane producers. The model is an Excel spreadsheet that allows sugarcane producers to project sugarcane net returns for the coming year and to evaluate the impact of changes in yields, sugar prices, input prices and other factors on farm returns and breakeven values.
2011 Sugarcane Production Cost Budgets
2011 Projected Louisiana Sugarcane Production Costs
This report presents projected cost estimates for sugarcane production in Louisiana for the 2011 crop year. Cost estimates are included for all phases of sugarcane production, including seedbed preparation, planting, plant-cane and stubble-crop field operations and harvest. Whole-farm projected income and expense statements also are included for harvest of sugacane through second-, third- and fourth-stubble crops.
2012 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model
2012 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model
The 2012 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model was developed as a farm planning decision tool for Louisiana sugarcane growers. The model is an Excel spreadsheet that allows sugarcane producers to project sugarcane net returns for the coming year and to evaluate the impact of chagnes in yields, sugar prices, input prices and other factors on whole farm net returns and breakeven values.
Prorated Sugarcane Planting Costs for 2015
Prorated Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2015
This report presents estimates of prorated (unrecovered) planting costs for sugarcane in production for the 2015 crop year, including plant cane planted in 2014, first stubble planted in 2013, second stubble planted in 2012, and third stubble planted in 2011.
Allocation of 2014 Sugarcane Planting Costs
Allocation of Louisiana Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2015 for Sugarcane Planted in 2014
This report presents estimates of total sugarcane planting costs for sugarcane planted in 2014. These planting costs would be allocated to the 2015 plant cane and succeeding stubble crops.
2009 Sugarcane Production Costs
2009 Projected Louisiana Sugarcane Production Costs
This report presents projected cost estimates for sugarcane production in Louisiana for the 2009 crop year. Cost estimates are included for all phases of sugacane production including seedbed preparation, planting, plant-cane and stubble-crop operations and harvest. Whole-farm projected income and expense statements are also included for harvest of sugarcane through second, third and fourth stubble (ratoon) crops.
Sugarcane Planting
Allocation of Louisiana Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2009
This report presents estimates of sugarcane planting costs for the 2009 crop year. Estimates in the report represent values of unrecovered planting costs for standing sugarcane crops in various seed cane and millable cane production stages as of January 1, 2009.
Prorated Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2012
Prorated Allocated Planting Costs of Sugarcane in 2012
This report presents estimates of prorated (unrecovered) planting costs for sugarcane in produciton for the 2012 crop year, including plant cane planted in 2011, first stubble planted in 2010, second stubble planted in 2009, and third stubble planted in 2008.
2012 Sugarcane Crop Cycle Length Evaluation Model
2012 Sugarcane Crop Cycle Length Evaluation Model
The 2012 Sugarcane Crop Cycle Length Evaluation Model, an Excel spreadsheet-based producer decision tool, was developed to assist sugarcane producers in evaluating the optimal crop cycle length for various tracts of sugarcane produced on farms in Louisiana. Costs and returns are compared for sugarcane crop cycles through harvest of second and third stubble crops.
2009 Projected Sugarcane Production Farm Costs and Returns Model
2009 Projected Sugarcane Production Farm Costs and Returns Model
The 2009 Projected Sugarcane Farm Costs and Returns Model was developed as a farm planning decision tool for Louisiana sugarcane producers. The model is an Excel spreadsheet which allows sugarcane producers to project sugarcane net returns for the coming year and to evaluate the impact of changes in yields, sugar prices, input prices and other factors on farm returns and breakeven values.
Economic Benefit of Prescribed Sugarcane Burning
Economic Value of Prescribed Burning to the Louisiana Sugarcane Industry
This report presents an estimate of the economic value of prescribed burning to the Louisiana sugarcane industry. Four important benefits of prescribed sugarcane burning were valued at an annual benefit of approximately $120 million per year.
Prorated Sugarcane Planting Costs for 2013
Prorated Sugarcane Planting Costs in 2013
This report presents estimates of prorated (unrecovered) planting costs for sugarcane in production for the 2013 crop year, including plant cane planted in 2012, first stubble planted in 2011, second stubble planted in 2010 and third stubble planted in 2009.
Disaster Recovery: Estimates of Economic Impact From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Agriculture
Disaster Recovery: Estimates of Economic Impact From Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Agriculture
The dollar amounts, which are estimates of reduced revenue and increased costs, are broken down by storm and commodity. Total estimated costs are also provided.
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2010 Beaumont Site Visit: Mexican Rice Borer and Sugarcane Borer
This meeting was held at the Texas A&M University AgriLife Research Center at Beaumont, Texas. Mexican rice borer and sugarcane borer field research observations were reported. The attached document summarizes the latest research observations in rice and sugarcane.
Nutsedge Control in Sugarcane
Nutsedge is probably the most difficult weed to control in sugarcane. The most effective means to control nutsedge is through a foliar treatment that is safe to sugarcane.
Disaster Recovery October 5, 2005
Disaster Recovery: Assessment of Agricultural Damage Caused by Hurricane Rita
After Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana on August 29, 2005, the AgCenter quickly began to assess the damage caused to the agriculture, forestry, and fisheries industries. Since those initial estimates, the AgCenter has refined its projections and now pegs the total economic impact due to losses in revenue and additional production costs at slightly over $1.0 billion.
Farmers attending workshop on options after storms
Meetings Bring Farmers Together To Consider Options After Storms
Farmers attending workshops in Acadia and Calcasieu parishes Tuesday (Oct. 25) learned about assistance for dealing with hardships caused by two hurricanes that struck the state this summer. Similar sessions, organized by the LSU AgCenter, were planned for New Iberia, Hammond and Raceland over the next few days.
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