Cotton is grown in hot and wet places.
Organic cotton is grown in a way that minimizes the impact on the environment. It includes using methods and materials that are certified organic. This includes not using toxic or persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilizers. Also, federal regulations prohibit the use of genetically modified cotton seeds.
Organic cotton is grown using only practices approved by third-party certification organizations. There is no use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, and no use of genetically modified seeds. All organic farming practices aim at having a low impact on the environment, replenishing soil fertility, and utilizing land to create biological diversity.
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