There are many reasons we love bamboo so much. Mainly, it's because it's such a gentle material to make clothes from. The bamboo plant is really a team player. Because the plant grows so quickly, it can make space in the soil and land for other plants - it doesn't need special arable plots to grow on. Bamboo can grow in both forest and slope plantations. We think that's great. Another bonus is that the bamboo plant doesn't use that much water. Cotton, on the other hand, is a thirsty player. Did you know that it takes between 2,642 to 5,283 gallons of water to get 2.2 pounds of cotton?! Just one cotton plant alone drinks around 10 gallons of water. Pretty crappy, really. Bamboo on the other hand, is not just a good team player: it's a real fighter too. It's so strong that it can withstand pests completely by itself, without any scary pesticides. And as we said before, it requires no irrigation at all to grow. Bamboo manages just fine using nature's bounty, and so can be grown totally organically.
Bamboo, you rock our world!