Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Hi people!

I have found some very interesting issues about organic cotton and just wanted to share with you all. Hope you find it interesting, too!.

Organic Cotton Vs. Conventional Cotton

With a responsiveness of the amount of biological usage in cotton production and the resulting ecological loss, there is worry about conventional cotton production, and a move to nonchemical cotton production. Organic cotton making has low environmental collision and aims to build and keep soil richness and build a biologically varied agricultural routine.

Organic yarn is fiber that has been made without the use of chemicals. In this way the environment is not unnatural. Natural methods for fertilising the cotton undergrowth are exhausted and pesticides handling is avoided or kept to a minimum to ensure that there is the insignificant viable impact on the environment. This kind of production technique ensures that the yarn that is obtained is natural.

It is not a secret now that the demand for organic clothing is rising quickly. People are willing to buy more natural clothing to themselves to prevent from harmful chemicals that are used at several textile processes.

In that direction, nature & weather helps a lot to some countries. The wind for example helps a lot to protect the cotton from the bugs. You will definately want your fields to be on a windy place but this is usually a very rare situation.

Texas, Peru and Western Turkey have some serious advantages because of the wind and weather all season. This also brings the whiter and longer fibres along with the much better quality, handfeel and dyeing performance.

Monica Sam

Alpaca & Cotton

Monday, March 9, 2009

Macchu Picchu

The most visited attraction in Peru and one of the Wonder of the world. Enjoy it! :)

Veronica Diaz

Alpaca & Cotton