South Delta Differences

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MP_CN005              Memphis, TN     USDA Cotton and Tobacco Programs, MND

SOUTH DELTA DIFFERENCES                                                                                23-Nov-12

Color  Leaf    Staple                                                       Mike
                    32      33      34      35      36      37      38     Range        Diff.
11 & 21 1 & 2     -250    -100      75     250     325     375     375     25-26          -1100
          3       -250    -100      50     200     225     275     275     27-29           -750
          4       -300    -200      25     100     175     200     200     30-32           -325
          5       -375    -300       0       0      25      50      50     33-34           -125
          6       -475    -475    -350    -325    -325    -325    -325   Base 35-36           0
          7       -575    -575    -450    -425    -425    -425    -425     37-42             25
  31    1 & 2     -250    -150      50     200     300     325     325   Base 43-49           0
          3       -250    -150      50     150     200     225     225     50-52           -300
          4       -300    -250      25      75     100     125     125   53 & Above        -425
          5       -375    -325    -100     -75     -50     -25     -25
          6       -475    -475    -350    -325    -325    -325    -325
          7       -575    -575    -450    -425    -425    -425    -425
  41    1 & 2     -325    -250      25     150     175     200     200    Strength
          3       -325    -250      25     100     150     175     175(Grams per Tex)
          4       -350    -275   68.43      75      75     100     100     Range        Diff.
          5       -525    -400    -275    -275    -225    -225    -225  21.0 - 21.9        -275
          6       -550    -500    -400    -375    -350    -350    -350  22.0 - 22.9        -225
          7       -675    -625    -500    -475    -475    -475    -475  23.0 - 23.9        -175
  51    1 & 2     -575    -325    -250    -150    -150    -150    -150  24.0 - 24.9        -125
          3       -625    -375    -300    -225    -225    -225    -225  25.0 - 25.9        -100
          4       -650    -400    -325    -300    -300    -300    -300  26.0 - 26.9         -25
          5       -725    -625    -475    -425    -400    -400    -400Base 27.0 - 28.9        0
          6       -825    -725    -575    -550    -550    -550    -550  29.0 - 29.9           0
          7       -900    -875    -725    -675    -675    -675    -675  30.0 - 30.9          25
  61     1-5      -800    -675    -650    -575    -575    -575    -575  31.0 - 32.9          50
          6       -925    -825    -750    -725    -725    -725    -725  33.0 & above         50
          7      -1025    -925    -875    -850    -850    -850    -850
  71     1-6     -1225   -1175   -1075   -1025   -1025   -1025   -1025
          7      -1275   -1225   -1125   -1075   -1075   -1075   -1075
12 & 22 1 & 2     -275    -125      50     125     150     150     150Extraneous Matter
          3       -275    -125      25     100     125     125     125      Prep        Diff.
          4       -300    -250    -100      25      75      75      75    Level 1          -200
          5       -500    -350    -200    -150    -150    -150    -150    Level 2          -800
          6       -575    -500    -375    -350    -350    -350    -350
          7       -625    -575    -475    -450    -450    -450    -450     Other        Diff.
  32    1 & 2     -400    -250     -75     -25       0       0       0    Level 1          -375
          3       -400    -250     -75     -50       0       0       0    Level 2          -785
          4       -425    -275    -175    -100     -75     -75     -75
          5       -600    -425    -250    -250    -200    -200    -200
          6       -700    -650    -475    -450    -425    -425    -425
          7       -800    -750    -575    -550    -550    -550    -550
  42     1-3      -475    -350    -275    -175    -175    -175    -175   Uniformity
          4       -500    -375    -300    -225    -225    -225    -225      Unit       Points
          5       -650    -500    -375    -350    -325    -325    -325  77.9 & Below        -90
          6       -850    -750    -525    -450    -425    -425    -425  78.0 - 78.9         -80
          7       -900    -800    -625    -600    -600    -600    -600  79.0 - 79.9         -70
  52     1-4      -650    -475    -400    -375    -375    -375    -375  80.0 - 80.9           0
          5       -725    -625    -550    -500    -500    -500    -500Base 81.0 - 81.9        0
          6       -875    -775    -650    -625    -625    -625    -625  82.0 - 82.9           0
          7       -900    -875    -750    -725    -725    -725    -725  83.0 - 83.9          30
  62     1-5      -925    -825    -700    -675    -675    -675    -675  84.0 - 84.9          40
          6      -1075    -925    -800    -775    -775    -775    -775  85.0 - 85.9          50
  43     1-3      -800    -500    -375    -350    -350    -350    -350  86.0 & Above         60
          4       -825    -525    -400    -375    -375    -375    -375
          5       -850    -675    -625    -600    -600    -600    -600
          6       -900    -775    -725    -700    -700    -700    -700
          7      -1050    -925    -875    -850    -850    -850    -850
  53     1-4      -900    -725    -675    -650    -650    -650    -650
          5       -975    -875    -775    -750    -750    -750    -750
          6      -1150    -975    -900    -875    -875    -875    -875
          7      -1175   -1050    -975    -950    -950    -950    -950
  63     1-5     -1075   -1000    -950    -925    -925    -925    -925
          6      -1175   -1050    -950    -925    -925    -925    -925






Cotton and Tobacco Programs, Market News Division
3275 Appling Rd
Memphis, TN  38133
(901) 384-3016
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