Why you should avoid cotton in your garden

Cotton is the crop that’s grown everywhere.

But there are few places where it’s grown safely.

In some parts of the country, it’s sprayed with pesticides that can kill bees.

The problem is that cotton grows in conditions that are difficult to control.

Cotton manchester, an area in central England, is one of them.

The word “manchester” is pronounced like “manchurian.”

There are more than 1,000 acres of cotton in the area, but only a handful of people have been trained to spray it.

The reason is simple: the plants have never been tested to see if they’re safe.

In the 1970s, scientists began looking for a solution.

They tried to grow cotton in high-density containers and tried to apply a chemical that would kill insects.

But that didn’t work.

The chemical was also toxic.

So the researchers tried another solution.

The researchers created a kind of artificial soil that would mimic the natural environment of a cotton field.

They found that the soil was safe to grow in, and that the plants did fine.

So they planted cotton in a field, and sprayed it.

It was a success.

Cotton was the crop they were trying to protect and save, but it wasn’t the one they were hoping to grow.

And they still had a problem.

Since then, cotton growers around the world have been planting cotton.

Some have grown thousands of acres.

Some grow it in a couple hundred, but most just grow about a dozen acres.

The number of acres grown has increased steadily.

The U.S. cotton industry now has more than 20 million acres, which has nearly tripled in the past 15 years.

Some of the countries that are growing the crop are developing cotton for their own use, and the U.K. is now using more than half of its cotton.

But even here in the U