History Of Cotton Cultivation And Production

1425 Words6 Pages
The history of cotton cultivation and production to cottons part in society now. Tyler Riviere 4 April, 2016 The evolutionary history of cotton played an important role in the heritage of the British Empire, the United States(U.S.), and India. Cotton continues to be an important crop and commodity throughout society. The history of Cotton is one of the most important factors to our society currently. Cotton cultivation dates back over 7,000 years, seeds of cotton are found all over the world. Cotton is hugely important throughout the world, making cotton useful to make a number of textile products. Since cotton is used and produced on such a widespread industry, cotton’s largest producers are China and India. However; the largest exporters of raw cotton are the United States and Africa. The advancement in cotton textile industries, and the worldwide vast cultivation of the crop is the product of human demand towards the farming, production, and export of cotton. The global cotton industry is distinguished by its abundant industrial uses of cotton plume, which is the fiber within the cotton used to create products, along with the high production costs that come along with it. “Extreme vegetative growth can hinder destructively with productivity of the cotton plant. Why it makes applying growth regulators an essential for healthy develop6ment in the cotton culture” (Vitor 2015). Cotton cultivation dates back over 7,000 years ago and with high demand. Scientist over the past
Open Document