"FOX G(Green)" arose by mutation in the process of improving brown cotton.
When Ms.Sally Fox mixed some brown cottons, two different types of cotton balls appeared.
The fibers are thin, soft, and a beautiful green, so they were named "Sea Green".
"FOX G" will discolor when it is struck by sunlight or other light, but it has a mysterious nature. It will return to a bright green when immersed in an alkaline aqueous solution, such as baking soda.
"FOX G" is also grown in organic farming and has world certification.
Cotton can be deemed organic cotton if it is grown adhering to a standard of pesticides and fertilizers use for more than 3 years.
The seeds aren't genetically modified, and use of defoliants and child labor is prohibited. The process is there environmentally and socially friendly.