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Economists say that each of the major producers of saffron as measured by annual
production struggle to handle the enormous number of flowers to produce one pound
of saffron and the simultaneous blooming of
all of the flowers each harvesting season.

(A) struggle to handle the enormous number of flowers to produce one pound of
saffron and the simultaneous blooming of

(B) struggle to handle that the required number of flowers to produce one pound of
saffron is enormous and the simultaneous blooming from

(C) struggle to handle the producing the enormous number of flowers for one pound of
saffron and the simultaneous blooming from

(D) struggles to handle the enormous number of flowers required to produce one pound of
saffron and the simultaneous blooming of

(E) struggles to handle the enormous number of flowers producing one pound of
saffron and the simultaneous blooming from

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each represent singular subject hence requires singular verb struggles and correct idiom is blooming of not blooming from.
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