For the production of organic cotton, systems of organic production must be used which do not involve the use of pesticides, insecticides, chemical fertilizers and GMO seeds.
Organic cotton is cotton grown using methods and products that have a low impact on the environment.
This cultivation process is made possible by the introduction of predatory insects in the plantations, which replace chemical insecticides, the manual removal of weeds, which avoids the use of chemical herbicides and the use of 100% natural fertilisers.
In this way the aquifers are not impacted in any way. The organic cotton farming also minimises water consumption, thanks to the implementation of a crop rotation technique, which makes the soil more fertile and therefore less in need of water.
The production of the fabric, as well as the cultivation of the raw materials, is also carried out in a sustainable manner, using reduced quantities of water, limiting the use of chemical products and paying the maximum attention to energy saving and use of renewable sources.
The result is a fabric that is hypoallergenic, breathable and comfortable, with a unique stylistic performance.