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Wet Weather, Dry Weather, Worms: U.S. Cotton Can’t Catch a Break

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The weather this spring has been rough across the U.S. agriculture belt, and cotton farmers may have had some of the worst of it. Both the top-two producing states in the U.S. are being affected by adverse—but differing—weather conditions. That’s left planting across the South behind for this time of the year. What’s more, a…

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