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Description of Indian Cotton

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The cotton is grown in the states like Gujrat, Maharastra, Andra Pradesh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu & Northern India and the various varieties like Bengal Desi, J-34, S-6, MCU-5 & DCH-32. India is the second largest producer of Raw Cotton in the world producing 40million bales (170kgs.) each & exporting more than 10 million bales.

As an Exporter we provide Raw Cotton of various varieties like Bengal Desi, J-34, S-6, MCU-5 & DCH-32 in accordance to the demand of the buyers and with the help of an effective and efficient channel and we procure it from the states like Gujrat, Maharastra, Andra Pradesh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh & Tamil Nadu & exporting the Raw Cotton to the Countries like Japan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, China and Indonesia.

Cotton is vital to India's economy, particularly to the textile industry. Between farming, trade and textiles, it secures the livelihood for about 60 million people in India. Export of Raw cotton is one of the main trades in India over the past many decades. India is the land growing different varieties of cotton in different part.

Successful cultivation of cotton requires a long frost-free period, plenty of sunshine, and a moderate rainfall, usually from 600 to 1,200 mm (24 to 47 in). Soils usually need to be fairly heavy, although the level of nutrients does not need to be exceptional. In general, these conditions are met within the seasonally dry tropics and subtropics in the Northern and Southern hemispheres, but a large proportion of the cotton grown today is cultivated in areas with less rainfall that obtain the water from irrigation.