Published at Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 - 17:34:09 PM. . By Carla Preston.
This is especially true when it comes to our children. But why does the \"organic\" label carry so much weight? What is the benefit of having something made from organic cotton versus conventionally grown cotton? First is the way organic cotton is cultivated. Organic cotton is grown using methods that have a low impact on the environment. Toxins such as pesticides are commonly cited as being a component of organic cultivation methods and, thought true, it is not the only factor. For example, the way that organic cotton is produced actually maintains and replenishes the soils fertility.
Now, the reasons parents should give their children clothing made from organic materials sound great but there is also a more practical incentive, which is the cost. While it may seem that clothes made from organic materials may cost more, in the long run, it is actually cheaper than clothes made from conventionally grown cotton. The reason being is that conventionally cotton is processed numerous times before it is cut into patterns and manufactured as clothes. From the dying process to the bleaching process, from being scoured and sprayed with formaldehyde spray, conventional cotton takes a beating. According to Rachel V. Birchler of Mooi, an organic childrens clothing boutique in Pittsburgh, \"conventionally produced cotton material lasts 10-20 washes before it starts to break down An organic cotton material lasts for 100 washes or more before it begins to wear down.\" In short, it is just sturdier.
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