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Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is the raw material that results from organic farming. In other words, the production of organic cotton follows a set of rules that affect the entire process of cultivation, harvesting, production, and treatment of cotton.

How does organic cotton differ from conventional cotton?

  • No transgenic seeds are used.

  • No fertilizers or toxic substances are used.

  • Crop rotation and organic fertilizers are used to enrich the soil.

  • Pest control is done through biological methods, without the use of pesticides.

  • More efficient irrigation management: up to 50% less water is used compared to conventional cotton cultivation.

  • Reduces air, water, and soil pollution.

  • Manual cotton harvesting is practiced, avoiding intensive mechanical harvesting with herbicides.

  • Less greenhouse gas production.

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