There’s nothing inherent in cotton that is bad for the environment, but the pesticides used to grow it can have some devastating effects. They have been known to leach into groundwater; they can remain on the farm waste, which is often sold as feed for livestock; and they can contaminate the cottonseed hulls, which are a secondary food crop.
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