This is certainly true when you talk about organic cotton . An organic grower providers healthy, wholesome products that takes care of us and the environment, as an investment in our future.
It is grown without chemical pesticides, fertilizers or herbicides. This cotton is certified .
One of the most commonly asked questions is about the "DIFFERENCE" in organically grown and conventionally grown cotton. The most obvious difference is, of course, the growing methods utilized by the producer of the fiber. There are also differences in the processing at the mill, but other than that: organically grown cotton has the same properties as conventionally grown cotton !!!
A production system which prohibits use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and relies on crop rotation, crop residues, animal manures, compost, nitrogen-fixing legume crops, mechanical cultivation, botanical or biological controls with minimum adverse effects on health and environment. A transition period of three years is required before crops are certified organic.
Fiber that is produced under a system of Organic farming and that is processed, packaged, transported and stored as to maintain segregation and prevention of contamination from other fiber and from synthetic pesticides, prohibited defoliants and/or desiccants.