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Cotton: the moral fibre of going organic

Cotton fibre is the fabric of life in many farming families. Globally, more than 50 million farmers grow it, but many receive a low price for their product. However, there is a fast-growing niche for organic, or low-input cotton, that is beginning to interest many small-scale farmers, offering promising developments.
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