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Cotton refers to flowering plants in the genus Gossypium, as well as the fibre produced by some of these species. Cotton is an all-natural material. Cotton is the world’s most widely grown and profitable non-food crop. Its manufacturing employs over 7% of all labour in developing nations and gives income to more than 250 million people around the world. Cotton accounts for roughly half of all textiles.

Cotton plants have been farmed by humans as a source of fibre for textiles and other purposes since ancient times. Cotton fibres are used to make garments, bedsheets, towels, yarn, fishnets, tents, and a variety of other goods, and cotton seed oil is produced from the seed. Cotton is now grown in many places of the globe. India is the world’s largest producer.