Autors: Angelova, R. A.
Title: Organic Cotton: Technological and Environmental Aspects
Keywords: organic cotton, conventional cotton, cotton length, cotton micronaire, preferred cotton

Abstract: Despite the efforts of the producers and all market players in the chain “from fibers to textiles” organic cotton occupies up to 1% of the cotton textiles and apparel worldwide. This paper discusses both the technological and environmental aspects of the organic cotton production. A comparison made between organic and conventional cotton length and micronaire of crops, produced in India, is made and analyzed. The worldwide producers of organic cotton with fiber length from small to extra-large are presented. The shift from organic cotton to better or sustainable cotton is also discussed.

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    XXIII International Scientific Conference FPEPM 2018, 2018, Bulgaria, ISBN 1314 – 5371

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    Цитирания (Citation/s):
    1. Hasan, M. N. U., Liu, C., & Ahmed, B. (2021). Organic Cotton Clothing Purchase Behavior: A Comparative Study of Consumers in the United States and Bangladesh. Textiles, 1(2), 376-386. - 2021 - в издания, индексирани в Scopus или Web of Science
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