It is a topic on which the Fresno Bee has published many articles over the years.
The bee has conducted a survey over the last decade in which more than 1,200 respondents were asked their opinions on the value and worth of cotton flowers and the answers were recorded in the annual poll, conducted every three years.
In the latest poll, the Bee asked respondents if they would recommend cotton flowers as a source of income for farmers.
Seventeen per cent of respondents said yes and the remaining were split.
Respondents were asked if they were willing to pay a premium for the flowers.
The number who said yes was a whopping 71 per cent.
The bees report shows that cotton prices in Fresno are up about 40 per cent over the past year and that growers are suffering a loss of sales, but that farmers are not paying more for the product.
The value of cotton has also declined in Fresno since last year.
In the 2016 poll, growers were asked the price of a kilogram of cotton and they said it was about $11.50.
In 2017, growers had a range of prices ranging from $9.99 to $19.99.
In 2016, the cost of a single kilogram (0.2 pounds) of cotton ranged from $1.25 to $7.50 and in 2017, it ranged from about $4.75 to $18.95.
The value of a cotton flower has been rising as the price per kilogram is going up.
In 2014, growers sold 1,400 kilogrammes of cotton in Fresno.
In 2016, that number had risen to 3,600 kilogrammemes.
The Bee survey also showed that farmers were not making any money selling cotton in 2017.
Farmers selling cotton have been making losses and are facing a loss in income, but it is still not enough to cover the losses incurred from the cotton prices, the survey said.
The price of cotton for farmers has been going up since 2014, with the price ranging from about half a cent to $3.00 in 2017 and from $4 to $5.00 last year, the poll showed.
This means that the price has been increasing in the last three years in Fresno, according to the Bee.
In addition to the increase in the price, farmers are paying higher prices for cotton because they can get better deals on the flowers that are sold by local growers.
For example, in the 2016 survey, growers received about $100 per kilo from the Fresno Cotton Growers Association.
In 2018, the price went up to $1,400 per kilos, the study said.
The growers’ association has been trying to get a higher price from the Bee to cover their losses and to help the growers sell more flowers to offset the losses, the report said.
Fresno growers are struggling because they are losing money selling their flowers, said Robert Ceballos, president of the Fresno Flower Growers Union.
He said that growers don’t have any other source of revenue and that farmers can’t make ends meet selling their cotton.
He said that while some growers are selling the flowers in bulk to retailers, the bulk is going to the growers.
“We are going to have to buy a lot of flowers because we have a lot more money to buy them,” Cebillos said.