Senegal: Cotton and Products Update

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Marketing year (MY) 2020/21 (August to July) harvested area for Mali, Senegal, and Burkina Faso is forecast to decrease 45 percent from the previous year to 738,000 hectares (HA) primarily due to lower harvested area in Mali. MY 2020/21 total cotton production for all three countries is projected at 1.19 million bales assuming good weather and low pest pressure. MY 2020/21 total exports are estimated to decrease 30 percent at 1.14 million bales on reduced export demand due to the COVID pandemic.

Senegal: Cotton and Products Update

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