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In summary, Pakistan has now completed more than 80% of its cotton planting, and monsoon rains may come in July. The locusts may have greater impact on Pakistani cotton. In India, the major cotton-producing regions have not yet begun mass planting, and the monsoon rains come earlier this year and last long, which will inhibit the migration and reproduction of locusts to a certain extent, and will have less impact on cotton. In addition, both India and Pakistan take active control operations. In short, the impact of the locusts on cotton production in India and Pakistan may be limited, and the oversupplied situation may continue, giving limited room for cotton prices up.