pima cotton


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pima cotton

[′pē·mə ‚kät·ən]
(textiles)
Fine-quality, long-staple cotton fibers or fine-combed cottons.
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Once something to dry ourselves on, it is now a lifestyle choice, hence my recent purchase of some organic pima cotton towels.
Aegean V-neck pima cotton T-shirt, $25, gray- and white-checkered fabric belt, $35, earth linen stripe dress pants, $125, earth extended-zip cargo shorts, $88, white '70s logo T-shirt, $32, stone bellow cargo shorts, $68, and earth pebble camouflage print swim board shorts, $48, by A|X Armani Exchange.
A separate test was organized in 1961 for pima cotton species.
This chunky cardigan costs pounds 20 and Pima cotton all in one, pounds 20.
Pair with a shirt and tie for a smarter look or for something more relaxed try a simple crew neck pima cotton T-shirt and scarf.
American pima cotton growers intend to decrease their plantings by 10 percent from 2006, to 292,000 acres," said Gary Raines, manager for economics and analysis at Cotton Incorporated.
If so, heat offers a new option for organic production and hard-to-defoliate Pima cotton.
Luxury fibres such as Alpaca and Peruvian Pima cotton are crafted into sumptuous knitwear which maintains the essential South American charm while being completely relevant to today's fashion and styles.
Supima, the promotional arm of the American Pima cotton growers, has commissioned a new study.
Global demand and higher prices for quality Pima cotton are cited as primary reasons for this increase.
Today, ARS-developed pima cotton plants can flourish in the long, warm days of a typical California summer.
99 for a queen size and were available in gold, white and brick, while 400-thread-count extra deep pocket sets in pima cotton retailed for $149.