- June 4, 2021Report
Cotton is growing well.
On this day, we replanted potted seedlings everywhere cotton had not germinated or where the situation of germination did not seem well.
The fertilizer we used was cotton compost (COTTON COMPOST).
We are always grateful that cotton compost has been made by Nankai Tex corporation, a company that we have been working with for a long time.
The material of compost is leaf litter, wood chips, and other contaminants attached to raw cotton that was imported to Japan.
Contaminants are sifted out at Nankai Tex’s facilities before the raw materials arrive at Taisho Spinning.
In addition, impurities that having not to be removed are also generated during the production of spinning.
The contaminants generated are collected and piled up in a pile for fermentation.
It is supposed to take about three months for cotton to be turned into compost.
★By the way, generally cotton has not what it takes to be composted.
“Turn cotton into CIRCULATING RESOURCE, it is definitely NOT TRASH”
There is no option for us to dispose of anything from cotton. For instance, cotton seeds can be turned into cottonseed oil, the cotton that dropped in the factory during the procedure can be the material of either Futon-wata (Duvet cotton) or hygienic materials. The leftover can be turned into compost.
As for your reference, you can purchase COTTON COMPOST that sold by Nankai Tex corporation at roadside station MISAKI in Misaki Town, Sennan County, Osaka Prefecture.