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This study was conducted to determine allocative efficiency and cost effectiveness of growing conventional and transgenic cotton varieties under alternative cultural practices in South Georgia. A data envelopment model was used to compare costs and returns associated with various combinations of tillage and technology. The results suggest that combination of genetically modified cotton varieties and strip till cultivation practices yields a more efficient use of inputs relative to the level of output.

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