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As of 2021 organic cotton only represents 0.9% of the 26 million tonnes of cotton being produced annually. Conventional cotton accounts for 16% of the world`s use of insecticides and herbicides and is grown from genetically modified seeds with the use of agricultural chemicals, all of which are damaging to not only the environment it's been grown in but also the workers helping produce the raw material.
So what makes organic cotton better all round?
From field to fashion, organic cotton only uses renewable resources in all areas of production. Organic cotton is produced from seeds that have not been genetically modified and grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilisers. The farming process only uses natural methods such as crop rotation to help benefit the soil, the animals in the surrounding area and the general environment. It helps create biodiversity and promotes good health and quality of life for farmers and their communities.