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This Fashion Month, Learn About the Benefits of GMO Cotton

5 monthes ago   |   By BIOtechNow

Even as this year's New York Fashion Week comes to a close, it's important to remember that all of September is considered Fashion Month. After all, it IS called The September Issue !
And given that it is Fashion Month, it's a good time to learn about the benefits of one of the lesser talked about GMOs: cotton. Cotton provides more than just apparel and home furnishings, however. Every part of the cotton plant can be used. The long cotton fibers are used to make cloth, the short fibers provide cellulose for making plastics and can be used in the paper industry and processed into batting...
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