Why Cotton ?
For people in developing countries, preserving water can change everything.
Cotton crops take up about 2.5% of all arable land on Earth. Traditional cotton is using 2700 liters to make just 1 t-shirt, which is enough water for one person to drink for 900 days.
Vertical cotton goal returns 1.25% of the Earth to nature and using only is 500 liters/t-shirt.
VERTICAL COTTON, INSPIRED BY NATURE.
VERTICALISATION = SPACE SAVING
By using gravity, when we stack up cotton crops, the water irrigates several plants, veggies, fruits without using energy.
A SYSTEM THAT STORES AND VALUES EVERY DROP OF WATER
Rainwater harvesting. The water dripping out of the lowest pots can be recuperated to water the upper crops once more or as drinking water.
The pots in which vertical cotton is cultivated and grown are made from 100% recycled plastic and have an integrated irrigation system. Our solution provides exceptional aeration for the roots to breathe and grow.
NOTHING IS LOST, NOTHING IS CREATED, EVERYTHING IS TRANSFORMED
- 100% recycled plastic from waste found in nature, rivers, oceans.
- Food waste, vegetable waste transformed into compost or self-fertilizing mounds
From the works of Nikola Tesla and Ernst Chladni
Electroculture to amplify bio-electrochemical exchanges.
aN INVINCIBLE virtuous chain
Vertical cotton is the symbol of a new world that celebrates nature and life.
Cotton traceability is essential if we want industrials to use only green and fair cotton they can be proud of.
The farmers converting their soils to vertical cotton win from it on all levels.
Their land produces more cotton while using only half of its surface for cotton farming.
The free land space is transformed into a forest that rewards the farmer in carbon credit. Learn more >
Their soil is rich, fertile and clean.
The cotton blockchain pays the farmer each time a customer scans the label on a product to get data about the cotton they have purchased or are about to purchase.
Anticipating the recycling of vertical cotton as well as organic cotton is our next step in the coming months.
We are not forgetting ordinary cotton, it will be reused or transformed into insulation for housing or zero waste packaging.
It will offer a better climate and quality of life in homes as well as a reduction in energy consumption.