Turkey is the largest producer of organic cotton in the world today and is gaining more and more perception regarding organic cotton production to create a global brand in organic cotton production.
According to Turkish Nazilli Cotton Research Stationâ€™s manager Sadettin Ozturk, Turkey have most suitable weather condition which strongly supports organic cotton farming.
Since 1990s, Turkey has been gradually transcending into a stage of producing organic cotton and slowly the country has become synonymous with organic cotton.
Organic cotton farming is conducted without the use of chemical inputs, and each stage of the production process is carried out through a controlled and certified agricultural method, he added.
Conventional cotton production has a lot of disadvantages, whereas, organic cotton production can translate into several advantages, especially for small cotton growers in the country, Mr. Ozturk said.
The Nazilli Cotton Research Station under the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock was established in 1934 under the name Cotton Breeding Station, earlier known. The key objective of this institution is to develop projects and conduct research on producing high-quality, disease and pest resistant cotton varieties.
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