What countries does cotton come from?
Cotton grows from seeds of the cotton tree/plant/shrub - gossypium.
The places it comes from include India, America, Africa, China, Brazil, Pakistan, Turkey. Cotton shrubs are native to Tropical and SubTropical regions internationally.
The varieties of the native American are: Gossypium Hirsutum and Gossypium barbadense.
It is a soft, staple fibre which is strong, durable and absorbent.
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Cotton grows on cotton plants. The shrub is native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world. Although cotton is an enormously important commodity throughout the world, most people in developing countries receive a low price for their cotton. The top ten Cotton producers in the world are: China, India, United States, Pakistan, Brazil, Uzbekistan, Australia, Turkey, Turkmenistan,and Syria.