How to stop cotton on, cotton off, or, cotton on and off

By Amy B Wang, The Wall St. Journal, September 12, 2019, 6:24:14pm ETBy Amy B Wu, The New York Times, September 13, 2019:17:58am ETThe new crop is not a bad crop to be sure.

The U.S. planted 8.5 million acres of cotton in the first quarter, which was a new record.

But the crop has been plagued by high temperatures, which have reduced yields.

And farmers are still battling the problem of what to do with the seeds and other seeds left over from the crop, such as in the field when the frost has melted.

The U.K. planted 1.5 billion acres of wheat and oats last year, the highest annual wheat harvest in more than a century.

So far this year, yields have been below average, according to Agriculture Minister Richard Graham.

The European Union has also seen an uptick in wheat production.

But while wheat yields are up, so is the amount of seed left over.

So much so that U.N. experts have raised concerns about how farmers might use the leftover seeds, particularly in the future when temperatures will likely rise and crop varieties are less profitable.

That’s why the U.k. has begun to buy seeds from companies that will seed the fields with the remaining seeds and sell them for a profit.

Those companies include British seedmaker Orchard Farm, which has sold more than 3.6 billion seeds since 2011.

Orchard, which is part of a consortium called FertiliaGen, said it would sell 500 million of its 500 million seeds in 2021.

That would bring the company’s total annual sales of seeds to about $2 billion, or about 3.5% of the $15.7 billion it earned last year.

Orchid also has plans to sell its 500,000-seeds, which are currently sold by seed companies, to farmers who need them for seed-picking and seed-rearing operations.

While farmers say they want to protect their seed, they worry that they may not get the right seeds from farmers who are already using them, and that farmers will not be able to reap the benefits of the new crop.

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