Tag: cotton farming

US cotton’s sustainability story starts at the soil

admin- April 1, 2021

Through the adoption of practices such as minimal tillage, and the growing of winter cover crops, U.S. cotton farms have improved soil health and increased ... Read More

SIMA launches ELS organic cotton project in Tamilnadu

admin- March 25, 2021

Though India has become the largest producer of cotton in the world, the country faces acute shortage of Extra Long Staple (ELS) cotton as the ... Read More

Fashion For Good partners with Arvind

admin- February 3, 2021

Fashion for Good launches a new, two-year pilot project in collaboration with leading brands Kering and PVH Corp. and leading global textile manufacturer Arvind Limited ... Read More

Vasudha Swaraj engages 1000 tribal farmers into ROC

admin- January 11, 2021

Vasudha Swaraj, an agriculture arm of Pratibha Syntex, engages 1000 tribal farmers in cultivation of regenerative organic cotton. The intent is to restore and build ... Read More

NCC to work with Tom Valsick on sustainability matters

admin- December 24, 2020

The National Cotton Council of America looks forward to working again with US Agriculture Secretary appointee Tom Vilsack on matters ranging from sustainable, climate smart ... Read More

SIMA CD & RA to focus on ELS & organic cotton

admin- December 17, 2020

The Central Government plans to increase production of high quality Extra Long Staple (ELS) cotton, organic cotton and naturally coloured cotton under “AtmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan” ... Read More

CCI celebrates first virtual Cotton Day in India

admin- December 17, 2020

Cotton Council International (CCI) celebrated its first ever virtual Cotton Day in India with focus on sustainability and a greener world post COVID-19 and stronger ... Read More

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