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Category Archives: Organic Industry
Tweet These days most of us are on a budget, aren’t we? So when you have to make choices at the grocery store on which organic products to buy you’ll want to know which products contain higher levels of pesticides … Continue reading
Tweet This is a hot topic for a lot of people. Are genetically modified seeds good for farmers and consumers or are they a problem? Watch this video to get a glimpse at both sides and find out why they … Continue reading
Tweet So you know all about the chemical pesticides and fertilizers that are poured onto conventional cotton crops while they are growing, but did you know that it doesn’t stop there? That’s only the beginning! Watch this video to learn … Continue reading
Tweet One of the most asked questions I get about organic cotton is “why does organic cotton cost more?” There are actually two main reasons why organic cotton has a higher premium. Check out my latest video to see why … Continue reading
Tweet So you’ve decided that you want to buy something organic but do you know whether or not that piece you’re looking at is 100% organic… it says organic on the label, it must be, right? Nope! It may only … Continue reading
Tweet Back again with part 4 and our final part in the series “Why Organic?” This video talks about the effects that the high use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers has on our waterways and oceans. That’s right, it gets … Continue reading
Tweet Hello again! Part 3 of our 4 part series on “Why Organic?” discusses why conventional cotton farming is actually dangerous to the farmers who cultivate it. When you choose a career of extreme sports, for example, you know what … Continue reading
Tweet Welcome to part 2 of our 4 part series on “Why Organic?” Today I’m talking about the way cotton is farmed and what the current environmental issues are. It takes a 1/3 of a pound of chemical pesticides and … Continue reading
Tweet You spoke and I listened! Our first video was very comprehensive but a lot to absorb all at once, so I’m breaking it down into a four part series! Each video will be a different aspect of why you … Continue reading