The problems with growing conventional cotton.
Growing conventional cotton involves the indiscriminate spraying - both on the ground and from the air - of chemical toxins to eliminate insects, control weeds and strip the plants of leaves for harvesting.
- In 1994, at least 50 million pounds of pesticides and over one billion pounds of synthetic fertilizers were used in six major cotton growing states.
- It takes about 1/3 of a pound of chemicals to make one standard T-shirt.
- Accidental pesticide poisoning causes 20,000 deaths and 3 million non-fatal poisonings every year, worldwide.

Organic growing techniques involve crop rotation, which encourages diversity and a healthier ecosystem.

Soil Fertility:
The use of cover crop rotations helps to reduce erosion and improve the quality of the soil.

True Economy:
Buying organic means you don't have to sacrifice the environment's health and well-being - or your own - for the streetwear on your back. Even larger brands such as Volcom clothing are making steps to improve the way clothes are manufactured

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