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Randy Norton remembers the days 20 years ago when there were 60 to 70 cotton farmers in the Gila Valley. Nowadays, he said 10 families grow 90 percent of the cotton. That number might even be lower if not for the special relationship farmers have with cottonseed producers.

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Karen Geldmacher of Americot and Denver Householder check out the competition's cotton plants.

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Brandon Jones of Duncan checks out a boll of cotton.

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Brandon Jones, who grows cotton in Duncan and Virden, N.M. checks out how many seeds there are in a boll.

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A sign indicates the type of experimental cotton is being grown in this field.

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Paul Sawyer from Bayer, left, talks about the experimental crops being grown in the Gila Valley for his company right now.

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The sun had just set. Thunderheads were all about. A dazzling display of intra-cloud lightning turned the night sky into a giant strobe light.…