Regenerative Cotton

Regenerative Cotton is a revolutionary method of cultivating cotton which seeks to upturn the environmental effects of industrial farming. Its primary goal is to preserve long-term soil health through sequestering carbon, and minimizing water and fertilization usage.

  • Traceable back to farm

    Regenerative Cotton  primary goal is to
    preserve long-term soil health through
    sequestering carbon, and minimizing
    water and fertilization usage.

    Grown in Turkey employing
    proprietary no-till/no plough machinery, and
    a specialized cover crop
    that acts as a blanket in
    the off-season. This way,
    carbon, moisture and the
    nutrients in the soil remain
    undisturbed.

  • Regenerative Cotton is a revolutionary method of cultivating cotton .

    No herbacides, wild irrigation and grown in the Meander valley whch has been home to ancient varieties of cotton for many years.

    Cover crops are used which are a carefully
    selected mix of plants/seeds, namely bell beans, purple vetch, and cayuse oats, based on seasonal soil analysis. Cover crops are not for selling, but rather
    for providing nutrients, better water management and a protection to the soil. The
    soil is kept fertile and nutritious all year-around.

  • Care about the planet and how you look? Well then, this is defintely the shirt for you

    The method behind this
    carbon reducing shirt is what
    we like to describe as peak
    sustainability...
    + Regenerative organic cotton
    + Grown using revolutionary
    methods that minimise water &
    fertilization usage for a healthier
    ecosystem
    + Incomparably soft & breathable
    + Recycled thread & buttons

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