If you were the county agriculture agent, what would be the best advice you could give the farmer who owns the field under study in Figure 37.2? A) Plant a variety of cotton that requires less water and can tolerate salinity. B) Continue to fertilize, but stop irrigating the field and rely on rainfall. C) Continue to irrigate, but stop fertilizing the field and rely on organic nutrients in the soil. D) Continue to fertilize and irrigate, but add the nitrogen-fixing bacteria Rhizobium to the irrigation water until the productivity increases. E) Add acid to the soil and increase its cation exchange capabilities so more nutrients are retained in the soil.